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Canadian Paralympic Committee, It's The Real Deal

The Petro-Canada Paralympic School Program, It’s the Real Deal, is a free online teachers’ resource. The program offers multi-media lessons, lesson plans, athlete interviews, fun activities and photos for students in Grades 4-8 >>>

The Canadian Olympic School Program - Le Programme scolaire olympique canadien

The Canadian Olympic School Program

The Canadian Olympic School Program presented by RBC has engaged students in the Olympic Movement since 1988. With free downloadable lesson plans, interactive components, contests at various levels >>>

Intellectual Muscle

Since October 2009, Intellectual Muscle has invited the public to flex their intellect via podcasts by some of the country's best minds on topics related to the 2010 Winter Games >>>

Historica-Dominion at the Games

During the Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games 40 students will be sharing their best video diaries and articles with the world — live from Vancouver and Whistler — at fyicanada.ca and vancouver2010.com/edu from February 10 to 17, 2010 and March 10 to 17, 2010 >>>

Students LIVE!

The Students LIVE! (studentslive.ca) program invites 24 students from across Metro Vancouver and the Sea to Sky corridor to attend sport and cultural events during the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games, and then share their experiences through social media tools >>>

Paralympic School Programs

Pan-Canadian Paralympic School Week, Bon Voyage Sumi, Canadian Paralympic Committee, It's The Real Deal, Paralympic School Day - Schools across Canada can put on their own Paralympic School Days using the resources listed >>>

Make Your Peace: An Olympic Truce Guide For Educators

"Sometimes a dream is all it takes to change our world in the most unexpected, unforeseen and wonderful ways. Make Your Peace is exactly that: an invitation to dream big, ..." >>>

Sharing the Dream by the BC Ministry of Education

The BC Ministry of Education’s Sharing the Dream website at sharingthedream.gov.bc.ca features all of the ministry’s programs and resources related to the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games. >>>

LiveCity Vancouver Education Program

During the 2010 Winter Games, the City of Vancouver, with support from the Government of Canada, hosted LiveCity Vancouver - two exciting and distinct outdoor celebration sites: LiveCity Yaletown and LiveCity Downtown. >>>

Games Time: Resources for Teachers

As Olympic and Paralympic athletes begin their final preparations for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Games, schools across the country will be tuning in to media coverage and commentary, providing teachers with an unparalleled series of teachable moments. >>>

Olympic Torch Relay School Kit

Free educational resources that will help students make their pledges and bring the excitement of the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Torch Relay to life in classrooms across the nation. These bilingual classroom activities are available for download at olympicschool.ca/torchrelay and link to learning outcomes in social studies, language arts, math, science and physical activity. >>>

Vancouver 2010 Aboriginal Education Resources

The Vancouver 2010 Find Your Passion in Sport posters provide a unique opportunity for Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal students to learn about Aboriginal athletes and their commitment to their sport and culture. >>>

Kids enjoying a Paralympic School Day

Pan-Canadian Paralympic School Week

November 2–6, 2009 - Download the Paralympic School Week Guide and sign up to receive a limited edition Paralympic School Kit. The week-long program adopts the ideals of the Paralympic Movement and showcases >>>

e-Legacies: Post-Secondary Learning Resources for the 2010 Winter Games

Go to elegacies.ca/2010 to explore unique discussion starters and directories of post-secondary Olympic and Paralympic Games-related education activities and resource collections. >>>

La flamme de la francophonie!

The flamme de la francophonie unveils the face of a spirited, active, engaged and creative youth demographic. Envisioned to celebrate the Francophonie, to inspire the world and spread the Olympic Spirit from coast to coast to coast, the torch of the Francophonie shines bright in the eyes of young Canadian francophones. >>>

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