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.

MathUP has Ontario and National editions to cover different curriculum requirements, from kindergarten to grade 8. The programs are not free, but MathUp offers a free 30-day trial if you would like to test it out.

Child writing numbers on a whiteboard, a mentor helps her
Mentors and kids around a table, laughing and working on worksheets
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:

PBS LearningMedia has material spanning many subjects, from social studies to math to engineering.

NASA also created resources for kids to learn about space, on their Space Place site.

Scholastic Canada has games, quizzes, activities and more on their Things To Do page.

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.

A mentor and child lean over a worksheet

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