Family and Students Learning Resources

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The provincial website that provides learning resources for
early childhood years/elementary/middle/high school to support families can be
seen by clicking image to the left


 

 Family Learning Resources

 

Early Years
Elementary  
  • Signs of Spring  (Kindergarten – Grade 2) It is that time of year when signs of spring are starting to show themselves all around us. Children love to get outside and explore. The goal of these activities is to get kids exploring the world around them and identifying treasures hidden in plain sight – treasures that can be used for learning! This Learning Plan was developed in collaboration with ASD-S.
  • Together Is my Favourite Place to Be  (Kindergarten – Grade 2) A young child flourishes when they are with the people they love. Spending more time with family and loved ones provides opportunities to share and enjoy new experiences together. This package includes activities that will help your family grow together. This Learning Plan was developed in collaboration with ASD-N.
  • Stories Are for Sharing (Grades 3-5) Storytelling brings people together, which is so important in these challenging times. Using this package, your child will have lots of fun sharing a story in two different ways. These activities offer lots of ideas to guide and inspire your young storyteller! This Learning Plan was developed in collaboration with ASD-E.
  • Let’s Grow Together! (Grades 3-5) In this activity, children will plan to plant a garden this summer, and along the way, they can explore measurement, journals, music, art, science, Indigenous ways of knowing, and so much more! These activities can be completed with materials typically found in many households. This Learning Plan was developed in collaboration with ASD-W.
  • Connecting to the Earth Through Observation (Grades 3-5) What makes the world around us unique and special? Your child will explore this question by developing their observation skills and using their creativity to think about our connections to the Earth and our environment, and then recording their observations in a field journal. All activities can be completed without an electronic device. This Learning Plan was developed in collaboration with a team of EECD Learning Specialists.
  • Spring into Action (Grades 3-5) Children are naturally active and creative. Many children love to make up songs and rhymes, create dances, tell and act out stories, draw, colour, build, and move their bodies. In this learning plan, you will find a selection of activities that will encourage your children to express themselves creatively and to get up and move! This Learning Plan was developed in collaboration with ASD-S.
  • Quick Start Offline Activities: Elementary
  • Quick Start Online Resources: Elementary


Middle School
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  • Healthy Minds, Healthy Bodies (Grades 6-8) Feeling connected is a basic human need that is even more important in challenging times like these. The activities in this package are aimed at supporting you to make connections to yourself, to others and to nature. This Learning Plan was developed in collaboration with a team of EECD Learning Specialists.
  • Let’s Do Our Part! (Grades 6-8) The activities in this package will help you to explore what you are passionate about and help you to prepare to be an active global citizen! Our world needs all different kinds of citizens: citizen scientists, citizen artists, citizen storytellers, citizen builders, citizen educators, and more. What will be your contributions as a global citizen? This Learning Plan was developed in collaboration with ASD-W.
  • Quick Start Offline Activities: Middle School
  • Quick Start Online Resources: Middle School

 

High School

 

 Family Learning Resources Documents

 
  
  
  
Continuation of Learning Plan from EECD.pdf
  
Provincial Plan of Support for Students while you are at Home
Families of ASD.pdf
  
April 3 - Note from Superintendent
 

 Family Learning Resources Links

 
Attachments
  
  
  
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tjV1ATLMkCw&feature=youtu.be~VIDEO~Traditional Sharing Circle Teachings Can Teach Us How to Respectfully Participate in Video Calls
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kcl3V4azJL0&feature=shareLearn how to access the powerful office 365 service for NBED students here along with the powerful apps that need Office 365 to work.
https://bit.ly/346u2soThis is the Provincial Website that provides learning resources for Early Childhood Years / Elementary / Middle / High School resources and Resources to Support Families.