Register for the PITA Conference here. Recipe for Regulation is an online workshop by Julie Principe and Jan Palmer at the PITA Conference on October 23, 2020 (Provincial Intermediate and Middle Years Teacher’s Association of British Columbia). Increase your understanding of self-regulation and add a dash of mindfulness. This workshop is an overview for those new …
Home Demos Experiments you should try at home. Get started!
Lunch Doodles Episode 1 Doodle and draw with Mo! We are all at home but we can still draw together.
Hands on Science Activities Activities, experiments games, lessons and videos to watch and try yourself!
Family Math Activities This site has fun and simple ideas of games and activities you can do at home. Even the kits for purchase could give you ideas of other free activities you could do. Math Scavenger Hunts grades K-5 (free) Play N Take Games Kit (paid) Make N Take Games Kit (paid) Power Pack …
Why Practicing Can Help with Emotional Regulation, by Oregon Behaviour Consultation Being mad “makes us dumb”. Make a plan. Practise to make the best choice ahead of time. Use visual prompts (talk less) to support the person having a hard time. Adjust the plan as needed and practice again. 5 Unhelpful Responses Don’t talk. Don’t …
Open Access to K-12 Resources Free open access to all Kindergarten – Grade 12 resources (most until the end of June 2020). Please Note – you will need the app: VitalSource Bookshelf to download text books.
Current events – Different reading levels Newslea can help students improve their reading comprehension and keep them current with what is happening in our nation and the world. Newsela Social Studies, Newsela Science, and The Newsela SEL Collection are free through the 2019/2020 school year. (Teacher registers first.)
Free eBook Library Oxford Reading: 100 free eBooks for children aged 3–11 years old. Check which level is right for your child with this simple test from Read with Oxford.