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Literacy and Reading

EBookids site provides an online database of about 1000 books available in English and French, including some audiobook read-alouds.

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Five books, five champions, one winner: CBC's annual Battle of the Books has been getting people listening, watching and reading since 2001. Canada Reads is a "literary Survivor," with celebrities championing books.

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This site is created by Crabtree to provide access to children’s books and to encourage them to keep reading and learning. They want to ensure that all students have access to quality curriculum PreK-9+ digital ebooks. Access to over 2000 PreK-9+ curriculum nonfiction and fiction ebooks!

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This site by Audible is designed to help kids everywhere to instantly stream incredible collections of stories, including titles across six different languages. They hope their site will encourage children to continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids. All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet.

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The site by Just Books Read Aloud is a resource for parents, teachers and children to easily and simply listen to a great collection of children's books. The site was designed to be intuitive to even a non-reader. This site is frequently reordered to encourage new listening.

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Storyline Online site is available 24 hours a day for boys and girls, moms and dads and teachers worldwide. Each book includes supplemental curriculum developed by a credentialed elementary educator, aiming to strengthen comprehension and verbal and written skills for our language arts program. Enjoy listening along!


If you are at home with your family, you may be interested in exploring some great French learning resources to support your children while they are out of school. CPF Branches and National are regularly sharing resources, activities and videos for you to enjoy. Visit our CPF Branch and CPF National Facebook and Twitter pages during this period to keep up to date on what’s available.

Are you learning to speak french or already enrolled in french-immersion? Then check out these free online french lessons from the French Experiment site and discover the selection of children's stories read in French. They also got French course reviews when you're ready to take learning even higher.

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Science & Technology

Brilliant Labs invites you to join them every week day at 10 am AST for a new Make-At-Home activity & 1pm for an Outdoor activity or a Digital Learning skill while schools are closed.

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The Gumboot Kids site invite children to experience the wonders of nature. This collection will provide opportunity for kids to get outside and challenge them with ideas on how to interact with nature. The attached guides will offer opportunities for hands-on learning, activities and crafts.

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We live in an era in which science and technology are reshaping everything. With fewer than 6 million children and youth, ages 3-17, in Canada, we cannot afford to leave any behind. Let’s Talk Science supports the development of all youth into creative, critical thinkers and knowledgeable citizens ...

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Continue to challenge yourself with Microsoft's Makecode program. Use the online simulator to test your knowledge of coding. There are a number of activities and tutorials to follow and if you fell up to it, try and create your very own project. Have fun!

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Art & Drawing

This website from Art Hub for Kids is where you'll find a vast resource of how to drawing lessons! It's a massive drawing library! You'll find lessons for everyone. So, what are you waiting for?

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English Language Arts

This website from Learning A-Z is a FREE VIRTUAL RESOURCES FOR EDUCATORS FOR THE REST OF THE SCHOOL YEAR. Learning A-Z is an education technology company dedicated to expanding literacy through thoughtfully designed resources.

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This site from ESL is organized by level, which has about 20+ reading comprehension exercises per level where you read a short text and then answer some comprehension questions. Give yourself plenty time limit when doing these questions. After you’ve answered the questions, take some time to discover some new words and their meaning.

This site from EDHelper is a comprehensive collection of free learning workbooks for teachers. This site addresses many curricular ideas. These are updated daily and encouraged to be shared with parents while schools are closed.

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This site from Education World provides language arts lessons arranged by varying grades and focus on a variety of topics to help sharpen your language based skills.

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This site from K12 Reader offers many different printable worksheets for varying strands of language arts. You’ll find many concepts from spelling, reading skills, grammar, vocabulary, and composition. K12reader worksheets are a great resource to help you with all these areas.

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TeAchnology provides free and easy to use resources dedicated to improving the education of today's generation of students. There are multiple printables and worksheets to complement many strands of curriculum.

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This site from Khan Academy provides daily schedules open for students, with remote learning resources. For every student, every classroom. Real results.

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This site from Math Antics provides basic math videos to cover many strands associated with the math curriculum. The videos are free, but the extra worksheets come with a paid subscription.

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The site from SplashLearn is the complete K-5 Math Learning Program Built for Your Child: Boost Confidence. Increase Scores. Get Ahead.

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This site from Prodigy is an engaging, curriculum-aligned math platform that is enjoyed by students, and teachers. Easily motivate students to learn and practice math.

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This site from Math-Drills includes over 50 thousand free math worksheets that may be used to help you learn various math concepts. These PDF math worksheets are available to you on a wide array of topics such as number sense, arithmetic, pre-algebra, geometry, measurement, money concepts and much more.

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This site from Math is Fun is not only an excellent site for math drills but also for teaching. With this site you can test your math skills and try to get as far you can get! You can view your questions online, review them on the screen, and then print them if you wish. This site provides you literally thousands of possibilities. As a result, you probably will never run out of practice questions.

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Hit the Button, by TopMarks is an interactive math game that is loved by many students and used frequently in the classroom. It is a challenging game that will test your mental math skills in many areas, especially multiplication. Frequent use of this game will indeed help your mathematical knowledge and sharp recall.

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This site from Monster Math Squad stars MAX, LILY and GOO. While they may not be the biggest, or bravest (or even the brainiest) monsters on the block, the Squad love nothing better than to put their monster minds together and use their math skills to overcome any obstacle they face… even ones with two left feet or ten thumbs. Each story features a job for the Squad, helping a monster with a unique problem....

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This site from Education.com offer hundreds of math worksheets that cover a wide array of math concept across many ages and grade levels. Whether your are just learning how to count or you need a pre-algebra challenge, these math worksheets are here to assist you.

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This site by Zorbit's Math Adventure has been provided to help support both teachers and parents. They’ve put together Home-Learning Kits that include free access to learning game and weekly home learning resources, which are designed to be ongoing supports.

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12 MATHS GEMS website has been created by K7 Maths. They are quality math resources recommend for home-schooling. They are linked to many lessons and listed as they are really handy as 'go to' teaching resources.

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Social Studies

This website is a free online history site that covers some of our social studies concepts. You should enjoy this site and have fun exploring history. It has varying articles, worksheets and quizzes to test your knowledge.

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This website from CBC charts the country's past, the rise and fall of empires, the clash of great armies and epoch-making rebellions. The vibrant story is one of courage, daring and folly, told through the personal testimonies of the everyday men and women who lived it — trappers and traders, pirates and prospectors, soldiers and settlers, saints and shopkeepers....

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This website from Heritage NL has both text and videos in both English and French about the Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage. The website is an ambitious public history project that aims to provide school students and the general public with a wide range of authoritative information on the province's history, culture, and geography.

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Physical Education

This website is taken from a home-schooling site that promotes a variety of options when it comes to physical education. They suggest that P.E. doesn’t have to look like what schools do for P.E. However just keeping our kids moving, learning about fitness, improving their coordination, building strength, and enjoying their physical selves in priority.

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This website from Little Twisters Yoga provides a fun and engaging experience for children to playfully move their bodies following both "traditional yoga poses (modified to be age appropriate, of course, with easy-to-remember names), coupled with lots of creative movements, imitating nature and animals, and nourishing both the body and mind."

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Social Emotional Learning

This website from Positive Psychology provides 25 Fun Mindfulness Activities for Children and Teens (+Tips!). The author Courtney Ackerman believes that mindfulness can boost the quality of our lives in numerous ways. Mindfulness can nurture inner peace, improve the quality of exercise, enhance self-confidence, and facilitate more meaningful relationships with others.

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This site from GoNoodle will help students stay active, focused, and calm while infusing good energy into their learning. With so many kids home from school, GoNoodle wants to keep that good energy going at home. This site provides ways for kids and families to move and learn together.

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This website from Smiling Mind is a great resource to help with "How mindfulness can help during Coronavirus". It is a comprehensive guide to managing our stress and the anxiety felt during these uncertain times. Together we need to support each other through this difficult time.

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This website is provided by the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. It is a dual site for children and parents. The site is a resource designed to support mental wellness. It covers many topics but emphasis is put on if you are finding it difficult to cope or feel anxious about the COVID-19 issue.

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This website from Common Sense Media provides resources for families during the coronavirus pandemic. It allows the user to navigate social distancing and school closures with quality media and at-home learning opportunities for your kids.

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This website from Confident Parents Confident Kids is a site for parents that provides to them resources to actively support their childrens' social and emotional development.

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This site provided by PBS is a student guide to Coronavirus: Virus explainer and news updates.

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This site is provided by KidsHealth.org and intended to help children gain a better understanding of the COVID 19 situation. What does it mean for you? This site provides some answers from a doctor, as well as tips on what you can do to protect yourself.

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This site is provided by Kids Help Phone. The news has been dominated by many headlines lately. The people behind Kids Help Phone know that COVID-19 is affecting many people in Canada and across the world. It is only natural that is something that may be on your mind.

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This site created by Common Sense Media is intended for families. With so much uncertainty over the last couple weeks, lots of families are feeling stressed out with all the happenings. During this difficult time, it is important to find time to take care of yourself, and your family.

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