We’re sorry that school is closed for the day today. Either the driving conditions are too dangerous for the buses to travel, or the weather conditions are too cold to safely come and go from school.
As we’ve learned from remote learning during the pandemic, there are good options for enjoyable learning even if your child is away from school for the day. You are invited to use the offline and online resources from this webpage to engage your child with some learning today.
As well, you can expect your child’s teacher to reach out to your home today either by email or Seesaw. If you have any questions, please pose them at that time.
Enjoy your day! There’s lots to learn at home, and these options are just a few ways to spend quality learning time during the day.
What can a learning day look like?
In the days while your child is at home, a regular routine will still be very important. The following schedule is a possibility for structuring your day in order to balance learning, practice, physical activity, nutrition, and relaxation.
Remember to start your working day with O Canada!
We want to stress the importance of home learning occurring away from a screen. In addition to the regular learning work that your child’s teacher may assign, please consider the activities on this document as enjoyable opportunities for rich learning.
The Learning Links from this South Oaks School website are a good place to start. Students are likely to be familiar with these websites and may have existing accounts to sign in with.
|Kindergarten||Grade 1||Grade 2||Grade 3||Grade 4|
Additionally, there are several excellent online learning resources that are on offer for free as a courtesy while schools may be closed for COVID-19 precautions. Parents, please be cautious that, while they are excellent sites, they may require you to sign up for an account.
|Scholastic Learn at Home||Math Playground|
|Wonderopolis||Google Earth Online|
(Explore the Planet!)
(Physical Activity Break)
|Starfall||Math Worksheets||Kids Discover||National Geographic for Kids||Google Music Lab|
|Highlights for Kids||Greg Tang Math|
|PBS Learning Media||BrainPop|
|Online Museum Tours||EdHelper.com
|AudioBook Cloud||Phys Ed from Home|
|Letterland Resources Click on "child resources"||SO Music at Home|