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A few weeks ago, my oldest is suddenly home from school and my family and I decided to supplement what she’s learned from school by having a simple homeschool routine for her. As of this week (the week this post is going up) our school system is busy preparing for online learning. We’ll be haring from their teacher on Thursday to see how this new set-up will work for everyone.
Here are a list of resources I’ve gathered to help us through this transition. Keep in mind that links preceding a ($) were either purchased, or are subscription based.
- Scholastic Learn at Home
- Turtle Diary
- Teachers Pay Teachers ($) – you will need to make an account however, their website offers worksheets and/or activity pages that can be purchased, and freebies as well.
- Best Coloring Pages for Kids (And Adults Too!)
- All Kids Network
- Learning Essentials Kindergarten: Math, Reading, Writing ($)
- Storyline Online
- Epic! ($) – Check with your kids’ teacher of they use Epic in their classrooms and if they’re willing to provide you with their classroom code so the kids can still access the books within the app during school hours. My family have a subscription to Epic! but I was incredibly glad when T’s kindergarten teacher provided us with her code.
- San Diego Zoo Kids
- Saskatoon Public Library Facebook Page – For Saskatoon residents, our public library is currently offering online programs such as Storytime Online, Boredom Busters and my kids’ personal favourite House Party.
These are the ones we use often. Please feel free to leave links to other resources in the comments section 🙂