Links


Health & Wellness Site for Children, Teens and Parents.

http://www.kidshealth.org

“Journey to the Present”: A Black History Month Exhibit - Journey 
to the Present traces the history of peoples of African descent. 
This comprehensive exhibit consists of nine components, each 
focusing on a different era.:

http://www.toronto.ca/blackhistory/index.htm

This is the link to a homeless shelter/centre for youth in 
downtown Toronto:

http://www.covenanthouse.ca/

Timely, relevant news articles for kids, educators in the 
classroom and parents at home:

http://teachkidsnews.com/

Click on the link listed here and enter one of these student 
login classroom codes: genova17 (7B), 7Aroom15 (7A), hdavis16 
(8B) or rwaxer14 (8A) to create Bitstrips comics (please use 
correct spelling and punctuation):

http://bitstripsforschools.com/login/

Website containing information about the HIV/AIDS pandemic in 
Africa and how it is affecting children:

http://www.stephenlewisfoundation.org

Online Math Homework Help: Students can create an account using 
their school OEN number (available from their teacher). Online 
tutoring available on this site Sunday - Thursday from 5:30 - 
9:30 p.m.

https://homeworkhelp.ilc.org

Dovercourt Public School website: This is the main site for our 
school and contains important notices and announcements, as well 
as information about our school.

http://schoolweb.tdsb.on.ca/dovercourt

National (U.S.) Library of Virtual Manipulatives: Great website 
full of virtual math manipulatives - this site will help you with 
math and is a lot of fun.

http://nlvm.usu.edu/en/nav/vlibrary.html

A city of Toronto parks website with information on a variety of 
High Park features, facilities, and amenities.

http://www.toronto.ca/parks/highpark.htm

A city of Toronto website with links to forestry facts and plant 
lists, information on invasive species, High Park management
and restoration.

http://www.toronto.ca/trees/ravines.htm

A city of Toronto website with information on Colborne Lodge, the
home of John and Jemima Howard, founders of High Park. Colborne 
Lodge also offers school programs.

http://www.toronto.ca/culture/colborne.htm

The Tallgrass Ontario website with information on Black Oak 
Savannahs, information on prescribed burns and locations of tall-
grass remnants.

http://www.tallgrassontario.org


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