Here you will find a collection of links to help supplement your child’s learning. Some of these you will use more than others, and you are not expected to use them all. They are here in one place of easy reference if needed. This page will be evolving and growing over time.
PEI School Lunch Program – This is the program that offers lunch 5 days a week. Pay what you can.
Hot Lunches – Order your milk, ice cream and other special offers
Sora – Your child already has an account through the Department of Education. All they need is their Google log in! If the link doesn’t work, you can just open a Google Chrome page, click on the ‘waffle’ (the array of dots in the upper right hand corner), and scroll down to find the icon. When it asks for your school, we are registered under ‘Prince Edward Island Department of Education and Lifelong Learning’.
Tumblebooks – Students can listen to many different books through the PEI Library for free.
Scholastic – You can access free digital subscriptions in many reading categories.
Raz Kids – This has leveled books that your child can read or listen to.
Audible – This is a collection of free stories that students can listen to. A large variety of great titles.
Tumblebooks – learning about math through stories is a very valuable way to understand math concepts. We will be using some of these books to help us learn.
Prodigy – A voyage game to review math skills.
ABCYA – is a site that students are familiar with and will be able to navigate. Here are some fun math games to help practice concepts.
Math Games – We will be using this site for some of our math practice.
Online Dice – For any math games we play. If you don’t have physical dice at home, or if you just want to try something different.
Online Dominoes – To help math practice and for some math games.
Hundreds Chart – Students use the hundreds chart that is posted in the classroom often during math lessons. This may help support them in their home learning.
Number Line – Students often rely on using the number line that is on the wall in class. This may help support them in their home learning.
Base Ten Blocks – Students use base ten blocks at school often. This may help support their learning at home.
Learn Something New:
Skype a Scientist – A chance to talk about your interests and questions with a scientist
Go Noodle – We use this site for daily body breaks in class. Students have their favorite videos
Yoga for Kids – A great way to increase body awareness
Move & Freeze – A fun and silly brain break
Dance Break – Dance along!
Virtual Field Trips:
Louvre – No need to fly to Paris to see famous works of art!
Great Wall of China – Take a virtual tour of the only human-made structure that can be seen from space!
Disney World – Not usually a field trip we get to take from PEI!
Legoland – Take a look around Legoland… maybe build with legos at the same time!
Granby Zoo – Learn about a wide variety of animals without all the walking
Polar Bear Cubs – Live feed of polar bear cubs at a zoo in the Netherlands
Ripley’s Aquarium – Explore sea life!
List of 30 Virtual Tours – Here is a list of links from places from around the world