Resources for All Ages

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Literacy (Language Arts)

 

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Numeracy (Math)

  • Geogebra - Tons of math resources and lessons, arranged by age group. Also provides access to an online graphing and scientific calculator.
  • Math Games - List of popular board games that tie in to various aspects of numeracy learning.
  • Open Middle - Math problems and worksheets for K-12. Hints and solutions are provided.
  • NRICH - Math activities for kids. Pick an age group at the top of the page to get started.
  • Récréomath - French Immersion math problems.
  • Solve Me - Use clues to deduce the answers to math problems.
  • University of Waterloo: Problem of the Week Math problems for Grades 3-12. Solutions for archived problems have been posted.
  • Would You Rather Math - Students are asked to decide between two viable options and back up their reasoning with math.
  • YouCubed - Math activities for kids.

 

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Science

  • Explore Learning - Math and Science simulations. Users must sign up for a 60-day free trial, but access to free resources remains after the trial ends.
  • Let's Talk Science - Science learning materials for students. Includes several hands-on science experiments that can be done at home.

 

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Social Studies

 

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Physical Education

  • Alo Yoga - Yoga exercise videos, including some geared towards children.
  • DAREBEE Workouts - Posters detailing workout routines that can be filtered based on age and ability.
  • FitBoost Activity - Chooses three exercises at random for a quick workout.
  • Just Dance - Simple choreography routines from the video game series that users can dance along with. Many more routines can be found on YouTube by doing a search for "Just Dance".
  • Participaction - Physical activities for people of all ages.
  • Pow Wow Sweat: Step by Step - How-to videos that teach steps for traditional Indigenous dances.
  • Let's Pow Wow Sweat - Full dance routines for traditional Indigenous dances.
  • YMCA Health & Fitness Videos - A variety of different workout videos geared toward all age groups that use multiple exercise techniques.
  • Yoga Ed. - Yoga routines and practices for children, teens and adults.

 

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Art

 

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Music

 

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Second Languages

  • Apprendre le Français - Includes activities, video clips, sample conversation scripts and vocabulary lists organized by ability level.
  • Boukili - Free illustrated books for children written in French. This may also be a useful comprehension tool for older students studying French as a Second Language.
  • Duolingo - Second language learning website.
  • Idello - Thousands of videos, websites and mobile applications for all subjects and grade levels - in French.
  • Mango Languages - Language learning serivce that uses interactive flash cards in separate learning modules to teach 70+ languages. Free during the COVID-19 pandemic (until June 30, 2020).
  • TFO - French videos and activities for kids from the TFO TV channel. Some material may require a subscription from a television service provider to access.

 

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Technology

  • Code.org - Computer science and coding activities.
  • Common Sense Education: Family Resources - Family information and activities that expand upon Common Sense's Digital Citizenship curriculum.
  • Girls Who Code: At Home Activities - Free computer science activities for students, educators and parents, featuring women who pioneered innovative technology.
  • Hour of Code - One-hour coding activities that serve as an introduction to computer science, which is designed to demystify "code" and show that anybody can learn the basics.
  • Microsoft MakeCode - Microsoft MakeCode is a free, open source platform for creating engaging computer science learning experiences that support a progression path into real-world programming. Some activities require additional materials.
  • Scratch - Program your own interactive stories, games, and animations and share your creations with others in the online community.
  • Tinkercad - Tinkercad is a free online collection of software tools that help people all over the world think, create and make. They serve as an ideal introduction to Autodesk, the leader in 3D design, engineering and entertainment software.
  • Typing Club - Learn computer keyboard typing skills.

 

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Other Resources

 

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