We’ve collected some great online resources for at-home learning—check them out!
Here are the resources we use to create our weekly lesson plans:
K5 Learning offers some free worksheets for math, English and science, but you can also purchase a program plan that includes over 3,000 tutorials and activities.
Some resources for environmental education:
Project Learning Tree created free activities for families to learn and connect with nature. PLT Canada also has eco-education worksheets and activities if you sign up for their newsletter.
The North American Association for Environmental Education has early childhood education, grades 3-5, middle school, high school, higher education and virtual field trips.
The National Environmental Education Foundation has a lot of fun activities, and some project ideas, like up-cycling.
NASA created games, videos, activities and more on their Climate Kids site so kids can explore all things climate.
Other sites to check out:
The Ottawa Public Library has virtual shows, craft ideas, educational posts and more in Isolation Recreation for Kids, and a library card gives you access to the Learning Express Library.