Please remember that at home you should be reading and writing as often as possible with your child in English. Students need to be able to read and write in English upon entering Grade 3. Here are some websites to help with learning English: K12Reader & starfall.com. Or visit Tumblebooks (see the "Reading" section)
Parents, guardians, siblings, aunts, uncles, cousins and friends, please send me an email to let me know what you think of this site. Do you find it useful? Are the students using it during their computer time? What else would you like to see added to this webpage? Your feedback would be greatly appreciated! Merci :)
Thank you for providing a pair of indoor shoes/slippers for your child during the rainy fall/winter seasons. ALSO PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR CHILD HAS A PAIR OF DRY SOCKS IN HIS/HER BACKPACK!
Find all kinds of useful information for parents and students at Learn Now BC
For younger brothers, sisters, cousins and friends check out the Knowledge Network Kids website with videos, games and activities related to their excellent children's programming.
Help for parents with children in French Immersion. This site supports parents who have children in a French Immersion (FI) program and wish to assist them with homework in French. It is also a resource for FI students who require an accessible user friendly reference tool to help with homework. Learners and educators in other FSL programs will also find it helpful.
Kids in the Know - a website geared at helping children and parents deal with issues such as internet safety, talking to strangers, etc.
Age Appropriate Chores for Children Of course, every child is different, and some will need more supervision than others, over a longer period of time, before they can complete the chore up to standard. But try to be an encourager rather than a drill sergeant while you are training your children to do their work and to do it well. Also remember that working side-by-side — or at least in the same corner of the house or yard — is good for camaraderie and morale, as is putting on some lively music to work by. (source of text: http://www.flandersfamily.info/web/age-appropriate-chores-for-children/)
Here are some documents to help you in supporting your child at home: