Learning from Home Resources
My Learning At Home
French Learning Resources
Publicly funded education TV network’s video streaming site. Documentaries, dramas, and live TV including kids’ programming. Free and commercial free, requires email sign-up.
WIDEOPENSCHOOL (Common Sense Media) – Wide Open School | Activities for kids learning from home.
Resources available by grade level and subject/topic areas
Khan Academy – a K to 12 learning resource for Math and other subjects
Prodigy – Gr. 1 to 8 gamified Math learning site
Skyscraper Templates – Thinking Mathematically (wordpress.com)
Microsoft Make Code – Microsoft Inquiry Based Hands-On Activities
STEM lesson plans & hands-on activities | Microsoft Education
Skills Manitoba Project Based Learning Challenges – Online Challenge | Skills Manitoba
Technovation Design Challenges – Lots of great design challenges – requires sign-in
KidsThinkDesign – A look at design in the real world, with loads of information for kids interested in design.
Make Projects – Lots of projects and inspiration for kids who like to tinker and invent!
Rube Goldberg Machines – These can be as simple or as complex as you can dream up but for kids who like to build and experiment, creating a Rube Goldberg is a must!
Deep Space Sparkle Art At Home – This site has a series of “draw with me” videos with art activities for elementary aged students. Most activities use basic supplies like paint, markers, crayons and pencil crayons.
Lunch Doodle With Mo Willems – Great little “how to doodle” videos by well known children’s book author and illustrator
Fit Kids Healthy Kids – Fit Kids Healthy Kids is a Physical Literacy program founded as a partnership between Doctors Manitoba and Sport Manitoba. It teaches children the fundamentals of movement that make kids confident and competent in sport, recreation, and life. This resource supports children to learn skills like running, jumping, throwing, and catching as well as many others through games and activities that are non-competitive and inclusive.
Science and Social Studies
Science World (The Dome at Home) – Some great at-home experiments and activities
National Geographic Kids – Loads of great information about animals, science and the world!
Science Friday – A great site with lots of fun science facts, podcasts, and stories.
Resources available by grade level and curricular area
Preschool (0-5 years)
Early Years (6-10 years)
Middle Years (11-14 years)
All activities and assessment ideas in the following document were developed and/or curated by members of the LRSD Learning Team; Kristyn Artibise, Lauren Mitchell-Lawson, Lisa Monson, Patrice Chartrand and Robin Plouffe-Hingley. Thaddeus Bourassa also participated in the development and leadership of the numeracy initiative. Every effort has been made to mention the sources to readers and to comply with the Copyright Act. In the event that errors or omissions have occurred, please notify the Louis-Riel School Division Learning Team for correction in a future edition. Any website mentioned in this document may be changed without notice. Teachers should check and evaluate websites and online resources before recommending them to students.
ICI Radio-Canada – Zone des petits et Zone Jeunesse
Apprendre à la maison – Des ressources éducatives dont l’objectif est de favoriser l’apprentissage continu des élèves et de maintenir leur engagement pendant la période de fermeture des écoles.
Ressources du conseil scolaire de Toronto – Une collection de ressources évaluées, organisées par niveau scolaire, comprenant des ressources en français.
Museevirtuel – La plus importante source numérique d’histoires et d’expériences présentées par des musées et organismes patrimoniaux Canadiens.