- Growing sprouts is a really fun way to make dried food fresh, nutritious, and delicious! Check this video (in French) to get a basic introduction to the process. Have fun with this mini gardening activity you can do indoors right now! 🙂
- What are you (and your family) grateful for today? Share it with us! It’s so good to know.
- Another song to learn!
- Have you checked out our Facebook sit spot challenge group? more great stories are coming out.
Keep a journal:
“NASA has been studying the effects of isolation on humans for decades, and one surprising finding they have made is the value of keeping a journal. Throughout my yearlong mission, I took the time to write about my experiences almost every day. If you find yourself just chronicling the days’ events (which, under the circumstances, might get repetitive) instead try describing what you are experiencing through your five senses or write about memories. Even if you don’t wind up writing a book based on your journal like I did, writing about your days will help put your experiences in perspective and let you look back later on what this unique time in history has meant.”
- CBC-Kids offers videos, games and more:
- The #ColorOurCollections initiative lets you download beautiful and varied colouring books inspired by drawings from the collections of libraries around the US:
- Fun Brain has lots of games, but also videos and learning tools for kids of all ages:
- PBS-Kids also has lots of educational games and videos:
- Print worksheets for kids all ages to keep them learning while they stay home:
- Educational and entertaining resources for a solidary quarantine (in french):
- ONF Éducation has a lot of fun and stimulating resources for homeschooling (in french):
- Coloring, drawings and posters to print by author and illustrator Élise Gravel (in french):
- ICI-Première’s enfants et familles section also offers a lot of interesting and entertaining podcasts for all ages (in french):
- Educational resources that are fun and in solidarity: