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Welcome to The Canadian Homeschooler. My name is Lisa Marie Fletcher. Like you, I am a homeschooling parent. I have 5 kids, a messy house, and big dreams (without an abundance of free time!) I spend my days teaching kids, playing with little ones, and chipping away at my computer.
When I first started homeschooling my oldest through Kindergarten, I used an American boxed curriculum that came highly recommended to me. It was a good program, but I really wanted to include Canadian resources. That set me on this journey to discover and share what I found with other homeschoolers here in Canada. I hope this site helps you.
To help Canadian homeschooling families connect with each other and also with companies and resources that will help them on their learning journey from start to finish. I want them to find curriculum, materials, and resources that are relevant to them, their experiences, and their history.
The Sustainable Development Goals (often known as Agenda 2030) were adopted in 2015 by nations from across the globe. In line with these goals and to encourage children to get involved in helping to achieve them, Voices of Future Generations (a UNESCO project) was launched in 2014. Books authored by child authors around the Sustainable […]READ MORE
The Great Canadian Adventure is a subscription-based program that sends your child a history or geography of Canada activity kit each month. Designed by a homeschooling mom who saw the need for a creative way to bring social studies to life for kids, there are three different options of programs to choose from: Tiny Travelers […]READ MORE
Being pregnant and having a baby while having older children can be a great opportunity for learning. Kids usually are very curious about babies. Let’s look at some of the things that kids can learn while you are pregnant and have a newborn. What Kids Can Learn During Pregnancy Pregnancy is all about bodies – […]READ MORE
Houses need to be cleaned and we often include our children in our chores routines to help. Did you know that kids are learning so much while they help with the everyday maintenance of our homes? Housekeeping is all about skill development. Life Skills Learning how to take care of the place that you live […]READ MORE
A trip to the library isn’t just about the books. Here are some things that our children can learn from this valuable community resource. Reading Obviously, the library offers lots of chances to help encourage and develop a love of and the skill of reading. Offering books for everyone from babies to seniors with a […]READ MORE