The following resources can help students continue their learning during the school closure:
K-8: Ministry of Education Learn at Home
This resource put forth by the Ministry of Education includes Math Storytime (K-2), TVO Kids Youtube channel (K-6), TVO mPower (K-6 math), and TVO Mathify (Gr. 6-10).
Pairs fiction and non-fiction texts on the same topics. Includes follow-up activities.
K-2: Shared e-reading
e-books with "read to me" option.
Gr. 3-5: TrueFlix
Includes text and video about people, science, and history.
Gr. 4-9: ScienceFlix
Hands on projects, videos, and activities about science.
Gr. 2-12: Scholastic Go
A digital search engine with credible sources.
K-8: TDSB Students Learning Resources
List of online/digital resources for students and families that do not require a login or password to access
K-8: National Film Board: Indigenous Cinema
K-8 Language and Math Learning Activities
ebooks by Amazon, offered for free during school closure.
Other Literacy Websites:
Starfall (K-3): https://www.starfall.com/h/index.php
ABCya (K-6): https://www.abcya.com/
Teach Your Monster to Read: https://www.teachyourmonstertoread.com/
Math & STEAM
- STEM Activities
- Prodigy - Online math activities - families to register for a free account
- mPower - by TVO - Online math - families to register for a free account
- Coding - https://code.org/break Every Wednesday Code Break is happening at 10: 00 families need to sign up for the first one on March 25th 2020. This is being offered from the “Hour of Code” team. Students learn how to code.
- Interactive Math and Science Lessons/Activities: CK-12 Foundation has created a resource page with hand-picked lessons in math and science links.ck12.org/top-concepts-t…