April 2. 2020:
I had an email from a parent today who found this site: https://www.k5learning.com/
It's very useful for Math. Lots of free printable worksheets to help with numbers to 100, addition and subtraction. Check it out!
Also, I wanted to leave you with a link to Ms. Elliott's website as well. Feel free to see what resources she has and use them!
March 25, 2020:
Today I am working on providing you with some Math activities(in English). I will make a new page dedicated to Math at Home. You can find the tab above, or you can click here to be directed.
*Links may not work as I am currently editing the webpage.
March 24, 2020: UPDATE
First of all, I want to make sure that I don't put any expectations on any of you to teach your child in all subject areas, especially in French. I will continue to share anything that I think might be useful in case you would like to use it as an at home learning resource. I had to post this picture because I felt like whoever wrote this said it really well. Having said all of that, some kids thrive on routine and structure and you may find it helps!
So, I have been browsing Pinterest, Facebook and Google and I have seen some pretty neat ideas of things to do at home while isolating! These activities are easy and fun! No matter what type of play your children are engaging in, they are learning! Do what works best for you and your family whatever that might be.
Also, feel free to send me an email with an update on how you are doing or even what you are doing to try and keep the cabin fever at bay! It warms my heart to hear from you! :) <3
I noticed people have been painting their windows! I am sure you've seen the pictures. I found a recipe for paint using water, flour, food colouring and dish liquid! If you google some more, you can find other recipes that may work better with the ingredients you have at home so that you do not have to leave the house.
click here to access free at home learning ideas.