New Gr. 7 Digital and Physical Unit Study Kits Available Now!


Looking for a way to finish up that last Science and/or Socials Unit in this last semester? These Unit Study Kits provide tons of content and lots of options for interacting with the material in fun and engaging ways.  Unit Studies are available in both physical format through L4U, or in digital format using Overdrive e-books.

Grade 7 Socials

Ancient Egypt Civilization Digital Unit Study Kit

Ancient Greece Civilization Digital Unit Study Kit

Stay tuned:  More Grade 7 Socials Kits coming soon!

 

 

Grade 7 Science Digital Unit Study Kits

Creation and Evolution Digital Unit Study

Matter and Elements Digital Unit Study

Fossil Record and Climate Change Digital Unit Study

Energy and Electromagnetism Digital Unit Study Kit

 

Grade 7 Science Physical Unit Study Kits

Available from L4U Library

Fossil Record and Climate Change Physical Unit Study Kit

Creation and Evolution Physical Unit Study Kit COMING SOON!

Matter and Elements Physical Unit Study Kit COMING SOON!

Energy and Electromagnetism Physical Unit Study Kit COMING SOON!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Grade 7 Digital Unit Study Kits for Science – Available Now!


Term 3 is well under way.  Does your Grade 7 student need to finish up that final unit in science?  Our newest Grade 7 Digital Unit Study Kits may be just what you are looking for!

Each kit focuses on one of the Big Ideas in BC’s New Curriculum, so for each grade and subject, you’ll notice that we provide a variety of kits.  Complete some, complete them all … they’re designed to fit seamlessly into your overall student learning plan.

In each of our Digital Unit Study kits, you will be provided with suggested books from the HCS Overdrive E-Library, (you’ll need your login information to access), videos to watch, and activities to share with your child.  These kits are all about student choice and enabling your student to focus on areas where they have the most interest.  Therefore, you will not be required to complete all activities listed under each key question, instead, you will be able to choose activities which most appeal to you and your child.

Each key question featured in the unit will include recommendations on how many activities to complete in order to fully address the curriculum content and competencies. Finally, each activity will have icons showing which competencies of BC’s new curriculum the activity addresses.

If you prefer to use physical books, you’ll need to find the kit you are looking for and reserve it in our L4U Physical Library.  Again, you’ll need your login information, and once logged in, go to advanced search by author “Rachael Freed” to find and reserve the Unit Study Kit of your choice.

L4U find by author

 

All the K – 9 Unit Study Kits can be found here.

Read Around the World Event


Welcome to the Read Around the World Book Club!  Join Pippa Davies, teacher librarian, as she celebrates beautiful picture books from around the world, during two sessions in March.  Each week we will read books from different parts of the world, celebrating all of the continents.  Here is a list to get you started on your reading using Overdrive e books.  Parents can help their students by starting a passport for reading around the world. More activities can be found on this page to help support your student’s reading.   Then students can continue with their reading after the two weeks.   If they read 20 or more picture books from around the world by the end of March, they will be entered into a draw for a $50 Amazon gift certificate for more books!  Please register/s your student once they have completed their reading on this form.

Who may attend?  Students and parents in grades K-6

Where will this happen?  Zoom videoconferencing room.

Pippa Davies is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

 Read around the World Celebrating Picture Books 
Time: Mar 8,  and 15th 2017 11:00 AM- 12 PM PAC time

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/585395427

Or iPhone one-tap (Canada Toll): +16475580588,585395427#

Or Telephone:
Dial: +1 647 558 0588 (Canada Toll)
Meeting ID: 585 395 427
International numbers available: https://zoom.us/zoomconference?m=xWY-QWAogGJIs54iSSwMPUW0-N16p5_b

Cost:  Free

Please register at this poll here.

Lunch n Learn – L4U Training


CANCELLED DUE TO ILLNESS. Will be rescheduled for February.

Searching! Booking!  Shipping!  Come to our Lunch n Learn with Shandra, and unravel the mysteries of L4U (Library for You!), our physical library of resources! You will learn how easy it is to search, book items individually and as a group for one date, book for the year, renew,  modify and delete bookings!  We have amazing resources for all ages so come learn how to take advantage of them!

Date: Thursday, 26/Jan/2017

Time:  12pm-1pm

Who may attend:  Staff and parents, students

Where:  Zoom videoconferencing meeting room.

 

 

Lunch n Learn- Curriculum 2016


The learning commons would love to talk all things curriculum with you!  Come to our Lunch n Learn with Natalie and Pippa, as they take a web tour through all the resources the learning commons has available for you to meet the new BCEdPlan and Christian education.  Bring your questions, and your solutions and come and learn more.  We will glean from each other 🙂

Date:  4/Oct/2016

Time:  12pm-1pm

Who may attend:  Staff and parents, students

Where:  Zoom videoconferencing meeting room.

Please click on this link on the day:

https://zoom.us/j/389819837

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://zoom.us/j/389819837

Or iPhone one-tap (Canada Toll): +16475580588,389819837#

Or Telephone:
Dial: +1 647 558 0588 (Canada Toll)
Meeting ID: 389 819 837
International numbers available: https://zoom.us/zoomconference?m=F3Moh0Toi4c9oHT-ZykXhsfTHy9TPMaq

Different Approaches to the New Unit Study Kits


The new unit studies are laid out differently from the old kits.  There are no daily lessons, which allows you to be flexible in how you approach the units, choosing the activities that work best for your student.

Here is an example of how two different families approached the Grade 2 Local Actions have Global Consequences Physical unit study.  One is a planned approach, the other is a more “plan as you go” approach. Life happens, so remember to be flexible when you are planning your own approach!

Planned Approach:

Cindy is the mom of three busy kids, in grades K, 2 and 4. She likes to have things planned out in advance so she can be prepared.  Cindy booked her unit studies for the year and knows when they will be arriving at her doorstep. She also ensured she had her passwords for L4U/Overdrive and the subscriptions saved!  A few days before she knows the kit will arrive, she took 2 hours one evening to map out her 6 week plan for this unit.

She downloaded and printed the parent guide from the Learning Commons website, https://hcslearningcommons.org/unit-study-resource-kits/.  Having the guide on the computer gives her quick access to the links provided.  Cindy likes to have her own paper copy of the guide so she can highlight videos and activities as she plans.

On the How to Use This Kit page of the guide, Cindy noted that the suggestion is to read all of the books, and watch 10 – 12 videos. Each section also noted how many activities to do.  There was a lot to choose from, so it felt a bit overwhelming, but Cindy got her highlighter ready!

Cindy created a 6 week daily plan, knowing there would likely be changes. She kept Fridays as a “catch up” day if they get behind. She aimed for 1 to 1.5 hours daily for the unit, depending on the activity chosen. She worked that into her daily schedule for all subjects. Cindy also used a Google doc to note what was done and shared it with her teacher so portfolios would be easier.

Week 1

Day 1 Wants vs. Needs: A Place to Live Read aloud and discuss questions.

Activity: Giving to Others

Day 2 Watch: Community Rules and Laws (Discovery Education) 15 min.

Activity: Rights and Responsibilities: watch Brain Popjr. video

Day 3  Wants vs. Needs: Food and Drink: Read aloud and discuss questions.

Activities: Reading Around the World (go to local library) and Field Trip to Food Bank

Day 4 Watch Reading Rainbow: Boxes for Katje (Discovery Education) 9 min.

Do the grocery store flyer list of needs & wants.

Day 5  Finish activity: Activity: Rights and Responsibilities Poster.

 

Week 2

Day 1 Wants vs. Needs: Clothes  Read aloud and discuss questions.

Day 2  Watch: The Difference Between Wants and Needs (Discovery Education) 16 min.

Activity: Our Africa Videos and do Cool Country Report

Day 3  Wants vs. Needs: Possessions: Read and discuss questions.

Activity:  Service Activity and donate items.

Day 4 Continue –  Cool Country Report

Day 5 Activity: Peace Is…Book (if we have time!)

 

Week 3

Day 1  Justine McKeen, Queen of Green –  read 2 chapters aloud

Watch: Rodney Raccoon Goes Green (Discovery Education) 23min.

Day 2   Our Global Community: Schools Read and discuss questions.

Activity: Holding the Earth Art

Day 3  Justine McKeen, Queen of Green –  read 2 chapters aloud

Activity: Technology Time: Play the Super Sorter Recycling Game. 

Activity: Endangered Species Report

Day 4 Watch: Sid the Science Kid: Save the Stump (Discovery Education) 26 min.

Activity: Endangered Species Report

Day 5 Activity: Endangered Species Report – finish

 

Week 4

Day 1  Justine McKeen, Queen of Green – read 2 chapters aloud

Activity: Caring for the Earth Story on Storybird

Day 2  Three Cheers for Trees: A Book about our Carbon Footprint  Read and discuss questions.

Activity: Caring for the Earth Story on Storybird

Day 3  Justine McKeen, Queen of Green –  read 2 chapters aloud

Activity: How do Oil Spills Harm Wildlife

Day 4  Watch: Keeping the Hive Alive (Learn 360) 32 min.

Activity: Caring for the Earth Story on Storybird

Day 5  Finish: Caring for the Earth Story on Storybird

 

Week 5

Day 1  Justine McKeen, Queen of Green – read 2 chapters aloud

Activity: Carl Gets Some Rest EPA Colouring Book

Day 2  Trash Magic: A Book About Recycling a Plastic Bottle  Read and discuss questions.

Day 3  Justine McKeen, Queen of Green – finish the book

Watch: Save Energy: Recycle Plastic (Learn 360) 1 min.

Save Energy: Recycle Glass (Learn 360)  1 min.

Day 4  Watch: Mission Recyclable (Learn 360) 28 min.

Activity: Carl Gets Some Rest EPA Colouring Book

Day 5  Activity: Field Trip – to our local river.

 

Week 6

Days 1 – 5 What’s Sprouting in My Trash: A Book about Composting  Read and discuss questions.

Activity: Build an Ecosystem – take the week to do this one and finish any other projects.

Videos: Recommend 10-12, completed: 10

Activities: Recommend 5-8 for 1st section.  Completed: 9

Recommend 6-12 for 2nd section. Completed:  8

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Plan as You Go Approach:

Mary also has 3 kids in grades K, 2 and 4.  Here is her experience with the unit study:

Week 1

Hooray!  The kit came today and the kids are so excited!

Whoa,  there is so much to do…oh wait, we don’t have to do it all! We can pick the videos and activities we want as long as we do enough to cover the topics.  Kate has already picked out a few she wants to do! I better look up the guide online as there are a lot of links. I think I’ll keep my camera handy so I can take pictures of the projects as she’s working on them.

Just emailed our teacher for the subscription passwords so Kate can watch some videos.

We read Wants vs. Needs: A Place to Live,    Wants vs. Needs: Clothes and

Wants vs. Needs: Food and Drink. 

Kate had fun going through our closets! We donated clothes for the Service Activity.

She also chose to do My Extended Community (Technology Activity) blog which took all week to do.

Week 2

The kids caught colds so I was glad there were videos to watch!  Kate was able to open the links herself since my password is saved for Discovery  and Learn 360!

She watched:

Community Rules and Laws (Discovery Education)

Reading Rainbow: Our Big Home, an Earth Poem (Discovery Education)

Reading Rainbow: Boxes for Katje (Discovery Education)

If the World Were a Village (Learn 360)

The Difference Between Wants and Needs (Discovery Education)

For activities, she put on music: World Music

And did Random Acts of Kindness Challenge for her sick siblings.

Pen-Pals Around the World – we contacted friends in Mexico City via Facebook and she emailed their daughter!

 

Week 3

We read: Wants vs. Needs: Possessions and Our Global Community: Schools

Kate made a Paper Mache Globe which took 3 days to complete.

She also did the Community Comparison Activity and learned about Ghana.

Instead of Care Kits for the Homeless we put together shoeboxes for Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child.

 

Week 4

This week we read Justine McKeen, Queen of Green and Three Cheers for Trees: A Book about our Carbon Footprint

We had some good conversations about recycling and Kate decided to make the string-covered vase. She also did Recycling Kid Art, and Caring for the Earth Story as a physical book;

Technology Time: Have fun exploring NASA’s Climate Kids website

She also watched Balltown: Environment (Discovery Education), Reading Rainbow Giving Thanks: A Native American Good Morning (Discovery Education), Reading Rainbow: Jack, the Seal, and the Sea (Learn 360) and Don’t Pollute: Berenstain Bears (Learn 360)

 

Week 5

We read Trash Magic: A Book About Recycling a Plastic Bottle and watched

A Future for Frogs (Learn 360) and Rainforests (Learn 360)

Activities this week: Simulated Oil Spill and report, which took 3 days to do.

Technology Time: Played Light it Right

 

Week 6

We read What’s Sprouting in My Trash: A Book about Composting

Kate did the Sandwich Bag Compost Experiment

And from the first section,  Kate made drawings  of 5 important rights:  United Nations Rights of the Child and played the The Fair Trade Game with her older sister.

Videos: Recommend 10-12, completed: 12

Activities: Recommend 5-8 for 1st section.  Completed: 10

Recommend 6-12 for 2nd section. Completed:  6

As you can see, these are two very different approaches! Both work well for the families involved.  You may fall in between these two approaches…that’s great!  Make it your own!

We have created a Unit Study Planning Sheet for the unit studies which you can use as a place to start.  You have six weeks for the units and in some cases, you will be done sooner.  If you run out of time and have to send the kit back, you have the option of using the online guide for activities, or you can use the Digital unit and access eBooks to finish the unit!  Online guides

We are here to help you, so please contact us with your questions!

Physical L4U library:  Shandra Wiebe swiebe@onlineschool.ca

Overdrive and Research:  Pippa Davies pdavies@onlineschool.ca

Curriculum questions:  Natalie Sing nsing@onlineschool.ca

Subscription info and passwords:  Beth Johnson bjohnson@onlineschool.ca

Blessings,

Shandra Wiebe

Library Resource Administrator

A Peek at New Kits!


How is your summer going? Lots of beach time, travel, visitors?  I hope it’s relaxing and rejuvenating for you and your family.  It’s hard to believe we are already into August!  Our Learning Commons team has been busy…very busy!  Preparing new kits and adding new resources to meet the new outcomes.  Here’s just a peek at few of the Kindergarten to Grade 3 units we now have on the shelves!  So EXCITING!!

 

You can view and download the parent guides in L4U  or on our web page: Unit Studies by Grade. We are adding more units so watch for more updates!

We will open bookings on Monday, August 15th!

Blessings,

Shandra

 

New Account info!


New client codes/pins have been sent via email to all parents and teachers who have 2016/17 accounts in Encom. These emails were generated by L4U on Monday, so please check your junk folder if you don’t see them in your inbox. The old accounts have been deleted.

Items out

All items out are due back June 17th unless you arranged a renewal (no unit study kits will be renewed).  Please contact Kelly to arrange pickup: shipping@heritagechristian.ca

Unit Study kits:

  • If you have kits out, they are due back June 17th. They cannot be renewed over the summer.
  • Unit Study Kits are being redone to meet the new outcomes, so they cannot be booked over the summer OR for next year at this time.
  • We will announce the date they will be available to be booked in August, most likely August 15th.

Summer Loans

  • You can book curriculum, books and CDs/DVDs for the summer and next year, (but not unit study kits).
  • Last day to book items for the summer is June 17th.  Books will be shipped the following week.
  • Summer items will be due back in August.

Changes to Loans and Shipping

  • The Loan period is now 6 weeks as the new unit study kits will be shorter in length. You can use the materials for the full 6 weeks as shipping time is calculated outside of that time.
  • New limit of 35 books and 8 AV items out at one time per family.
  • Enrolled families now receive 16 FREE shipments (8 round trips) per school year (August – July)
  • Registered families now receive 10 Free Shipments (5 round trips) per school year (August –July)
  • Registered families will now have access to Overdrive, and most materials in L4U except MakerEd and Unit Study kits. Access to Digital kits and all guides is available here.

If you have moved – please contact either Kelly or myself with your new address as we do not get automatic updates from the office.  It’s so sad when an order goes to the wrong address and time is lost trying to get it back!!

BC CHEC Earlybird Registration Ends Soon!


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Be sure to register for the BC Christian Home Educators’ Convention soon!  The Earlybird rates end on April 1st at 10:00a.m.  Then the prices go up !  Some of our children’s programs are close to full, including the Youth Day camp, so that’s another reason to get your registrations submitted!

We are hosting a High School Fair on Friday, as well as New to Homeschooling workshops.

We also have workshops focused on Special Education topics on both days.

There are two trade show halls to visit and buy curriculum, and the library is hosting an Open House and will have used curriculum for sale!

And we have a special event on Friday night with Dr. Paul Chamberlain who will be speaking on challenges to our faith!

 

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Dr. Paul Chamberlain

So much to do!

View the Schedule here:  2016CHEC Workshop schedule final2

And the list of workshops here: 2016 WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS final3

Visit our website here:  BC CHEC

Professional Development for U.


Reading

Hi learning commons friends,

Education is constantly changing.  Are you finding it hard to keep up with new educational technology, and constant ideas and buzzwords that are floating around the education hemisphere?  Having enjoyed Gafe (Google) summit and BC ERAC conferences recently I enjoyed gleaning and learning from others!  With that in mind we have purchased some great professional development for you to discover on Overdrive e library.  Grab your coffee and come and enjoy some wonderful reads which might inspire you to try something different!

Reading in the Wild:  Donalyn Miller

In Reading in the Wild, reading expert Donalyn Miller continues the conversation that began in her bestselling book, The Book Whisperer. While The Book Whisperer revealed the secrets of getting students to love reading, Reading in the Wild, written with reading teacher Susan Kelley, describes how to truly instill lifelong “wild” reading habits in our students.

Based, in part, on survey responses from adult readers as well as students, Reading in the Wild offers solid advice and strategies on how to develop, encourage, and assess five key reading habits that cultivate a lifelong love of reading. Also included are strategies, lesson plans, management tools, and comprehensive lists of recommended books. Copublished with Editorial Projects in Education, publisher of Education Week and Teacher magazine, Reading in the Wild is packed with ideas for helping students build capacity for a lifetime of “wild” reading.

Unwrapping the Greatest Gift; Ann Voskamp

Based on the overwhelming success of The Greatest Gift, Ann Voskamp has expanded her presentation of the timeless Advent tradition of the Jesse Tree so families can celebrate together. Each day, families can listen to the provided Scripture passage (which connects with the original adult book), engage with a special devotion to help children of all ages understand the Advent theme for the day, and participate in suggested activities to apply the theme.

This audiobook can serve as a precious guide to help recapture the sacredness of the Advent season and help the entire family understand and celebrate the epic pageantry of humankind from Adam to the Messiah.

Tribes; Seth Godin

A tribe is any group of people, large or small, who are connected to one another, a leader, and an idea. For millions of years, humans have been seeking out tribes, be they religious, ethnic, economic, political, or even musical (think of the Deadheads). It’s our nature.

Now the Internet has eliminated the barriers of geography, cost, and time. All those blogs and social networking sites are helping existing tribes get bigger. But more important, they’re enabling countless new tribes to be born—groups of ten or ten thousand or ten million who care about their iPhones, or a political campaign, or a new way to fight global warming.

And so the key question: Who is going to lead us?

The Web can do amazing things, but it can’t provide leadership. That still has to come from individuals— people just like you who have passion about something. The explosion in tribes means that anyone who wants to make a difference now has the tools at her fingertips.

 

One Word that will change your life! Jon Gordon

One Word explains how to simplify your life and business by focusing on just ONE WORD for the entire year. The simplicity of choosing one word makes it a catalyst for life-change. Clutter and complexity lead to procrastination and paralysis, while simplicity and focus lead to success and clarity. By celebrated authors Dan Britton, Jimmy Page, and Jon Gordon, One Word That Will Change Your Life shows you how to cut through to the core of your intention for the next year. It offers an action plan and simple process to discover your word for the year. It also explains how your one word will impact the six dimensions of your life—mental, physical, emotional, relational, spiritual, and financial.

 

The Montessori Method; Maria Montessori

The Montessori method is characterized by an emphasis on self-directed activity on the part of the child and clinical observation on the part of the teacher. It stresses the importance of adapting the child’s learning environment to his or her developmental level, and of the role of physical activity in absorbing abstract concepts and practical skills. The Montessori method teaches reading via phonics and whole language, the comparative benefits of which are currently being recognized.

“To all educators this book should prove most interesting. All who are fair-minded will admit the genius that shines from the pages which follow, and the remarkable suggestiveness of Dr. Montessori’s labors.” -Henry W. Holmes

We also have copies of The Absorbent Mind and The Montessori Reader.

Science as Enquiry by Jack Hassard

Their eyes light up, they ask good questions, they can explain the concept to other students, and they relate what they learn in class to what happens in the world. That’s how students respond to the project-based, cooperative-inquiry Earth, life, environmental, and physical science lessons this book fully describes. Theoretical discussion of constructivist learning introduces the detailed lessons, many of which hinge on reproducible handouts to present a puzzling scientific phenomenon for students to investigate. Grades 5-8.

 

Digital Leadership by Eric Sheninger

Digital leadership is a strategic mindset and set of behaviors that leverages resources to create a meaningful, transparent, and engaging school culture. It takes into account recent changes such as ubiquitous connectivity, open-source technology, mobile devices, and personalization to dramatically shift how schools have been run and structured for over a century. Leading in education becomes exponentially powerful when using technology to your advantage.

Eric Sheninger—”Principal Twitter”—shares his Pillars of Digital Leadership to help readers

 

  • Transform school culture by initiating sustainable change
  • Use free social media tools to improve communication, enhance public relations, and create a positive brand presence
  • Integrate digital tools into the classroom to increase student engagement and achievement
  • Facilitate professional learning and access new opportunities and resources

 

Let me know  if you need help getting going on our e library.

Blessings

Pippa

 

 

 

Learning commons newsletter!


Greetings from the learning commons,

As we burrow into Fall it is good to remember our fallen men and women.  Remembrance Day is almost here, a time to appreciate and value the men and women who served our countries so well.  To discover more in regards to these and other educational resources check out our Scoopit newsletter.

Upcoming webinars!  

Natalie and Pippa are excited to share more about all things #MakerEd in our next Lunch n Learn webinar on December 3rd. To find out more about this new way of learning go to this page.

New Unit Studies available 

More physical kits have been produced to help see you through this year. To learn more about what is still available for booking go to this page here.

Math Literacy on Overdrive.  Check out this curated list of great books for your elementary students.

New Digital Citizenship Kits

Are you looking for a way to build in digital citizenship into your student’s school year?  Look no further!  Rachael our curriculum writer has shared some awesome kits for your students to improve their digital footprint.

K-3 kit.

Gr4-6 kit

Gr 7-9 kit

Events on the Ning?

Secret Santa

It’s that time of year again! For those of you that have never played this game with HCOS/NING, Secret Santa is a fun card/gift exchange. To play this game you MUST commit to sending someone a card/gift worth $5 or less. (Tim’s cards are a good idea if you don’t know what to get.)  Send me an email with your mailing address and at the beginning of December I will scramble the names and match you with another person who you will send a card/gift to. All card/gifts NEED TO be sent out by December 12 so that it reaches the recipient on time. We (HCOS/NING) are not responsible for any late or damaged card/gifts. If you want to play you are agreeing to commit to send a card/gift.  And get one if return.  Spread the word, the more people we get the more fun it is. I will stop accepting names on Nov 30th. =) Feel free to message me with any questions. My email is eduncan@onlineschool.ca

Fall Photograph contest for all students happening until end of November 2015 .  Read more at this link here.  if you are not on the Ning please contact Erin at the address above.

Author in Residence Program- Sigmund Brouwer

We have really enjoyed having Sigmund Brouwer share with our students some great writing tools of the trade in his author in residence program.  We are looking forward to more sessions in January.  These sessions will be one day only events, and the learning camp will be shared soon to the learning groups website.

MakerEd Open House – Next Makered open house with Jessie in Kelowna is on November 27th.  Read more on this page

We have built up some lovely resources on Overdrive E Library for your reading interest, in regards to getting your students making.  Go to this page here for the curated listing. Make sure you are signed into Overdrive first.

Blessings from your learning commons team

Pippa

Publishers on Overdrive: Evan-Moor Educational Publishers


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We are very fortunate to have a wide range of downloadable curriculum in Overdrive. There are many great publishers that we have access to. Over the next week or two we want to highlight some of our publishers and the amazing curriculum we have available for you.

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Our first highlighted publisher is Evan-Moor. Evan-Moor has a wide range of materials from K-8. Their materials are very colourful and creative and many of our families really enjoy using these materials.

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Here are just some of the options we have for you from Evan-Moor:

  1. Literature Pockets
  2. History Pockets
  3. “Daily” Resources such as Daily Math and Daily Science
  4. A variety of Writing Resources
  5. Science Unit Studies
  6. Read and Understand Units
  7. Book Reports
  8. Geography Units

All these resources come in a printable PDF Ebook format. Don’t miss out on using Evan-Moor with your K-8 student! If you need help using Overdrive you can go to this help page or don’t hesitate to contact Pippa Davies at pdavies@onlineschool.ca or Natalie Sing at nsing@onlineschool.ca – we would love to help you get started! Blessings from your Learning Commons Team!

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