At-Home Learning For All Ages

I don’t know about you, but as much as I’m stocked to have 3 weeks with my family, I’m also not ready to let the learning go out the window. That’s why I started collecting and sharing all of the at-home learning resources I could find.

 

Various Subjects for At-Home Learning

ABC Mouse teaches a variety of subjects geared towards kids 2-8 years old.

Khan Academy covers a variety of subjects.

Outschool.com offers kids ages 3-18 live online classes created and taught by teachers.

Raising Dragons has soooo many ways to teach kids art, science, math and literacy.

Lots of ways to learn online from Adventures in Familyhood.

 

English

Scholastic Canada offers at-home literacy suggestions for kids in grades K-12

Sign up for the free postcard exchange program Postcrossing. We love it!

Raising Dragons has soooo many ways to teach kids art, science, math and literacy.

Storyline Online lets you listen to a story read by a star such as Annette Benning, Oprah, and Chris Pine

 

Math

We picked up a few workbooks from Learning Tree Educational Store. Teachers own it and can answer all of your questions.

Many schools use Prodigy in the classroom, so why not use it at home, too?

Raising Dragons has soooo many ways to teach kids art, science, math and literacy.

FunBrain.com is a new suggestion from a teacher we know.

 

Science

Watch the endangered Jefferson Salamander cross the now-closed King Road in Burlington

How about making some delicious-smelling Kool-aid playdough?

Looking for food-based learning? Foubie will send you a weekly idea for kids 2-4.

Raising Dragons has soooo many ways to teach kids art, science, math and literacy.

Travels with Tots is sharing all of the coolest slime videos on her Instagram

Mystery Doug is for kids in grade K-5

The San Diego Zoo has everything your little animal fan could ask for

 

Physical Education

Check out one of these local outdoor spaces

Daniel Tiger has a scavenger hunt for your neighbourhood

Hike these family-friendly spots

Have your kids done Go Noodle in school? It’s a ton of fun!

And try yoga for all skill levels with Cosmic Kids Yoga

 

Geography

Have you tried Geocaching yet? Do it.

Daniel Tiger has a scavenger hunt for your neighbourhood

Travel the planet with National Geographic Kids

 

History

These 12 International Museums offer Virtual Tours for your at-home learning

History for Kids has games, facts, worksheets and more

 

Art

I know you have empty toilet rolls, and here are 101 ways to use them up

Raising Dragons has soooo many ways to teach kids art, science, math and literacy.

Did you know that you can download a colouring book with works of art from over 113 galleries and museums!

 

 

We’ll be going live on our Facebook and Instagram daily to show you what we are up to and how we are working through March Break. Please join us and let us know what you’re up to!

 

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