One of my readers recommended this company and after some research I’m excited to bring to you a Canadian curriculum company called Peppermint Stick Learning Company. Based out of Bracebridge, ON, this homeschooling family of 6 children ranging from infant to jr. high, has developed a curriculum based on the needs of their children and […]
There’s a lot of great emergency preparedness material available from many different Canadian resources – such as the government and the Canadian Red Cross.
June 2013: It looks like this has been changed to tip sheets for various age groups of ideas on how to get fit and have fun. When you don’t have mandated recess periods or phys.ed programs, it can be hard to remember to put in at least 60 minutes of physical activity into your day. […]
The various departments of the Canadian government offer a huge selection of informative and educational materials to the general public. Some we are all mostly familiar with – such as the Canadian Food Guide, which I will feature right now. Let’s face it, it’s not always easy to teach kids about proper eating habits. Thankfully, […]
Hockey Canada has a website specifically for children. You can check it out at : www.hockeycanada.ca/kids The whole website is mascoted by a polar bear named Puckster and offers children the chance to learn more about hockey in Canada. On the site, kids can: Design their own hockey cards. Play online games like “The OneTimer […]