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The Manitoba Government is providing resources in English, French, and French Immersion to help families continue their child’s education during these times of at-home learning. Check out their guides and resources for helping your child learn at home.

Are you looking for online educational materials to keep your little ones occupied and learning? Check out all of these resources that cover everything from literacy to STEAM topics and are organized between early, middle, and senior year’s education levels.

Learning is all around us, try to find learning opportunities through regular everyday activities such as chores, cooking, and family conversations. Click here for a list of ways you can encourage everyday learning at home.

Staying healthy, both mentally and physically, is necessary for childhood development. These tips can help you encourage a healthy and active lifestyle for your child even during these tough times. It’s important to remember that kids’ react to stressful situations differently than adults and may not always know how to communicate their feelings, so talking with them and noticing behavioural changes can help make them feel safe and support their mental health.

Stay tuned for more resources to help spark kids’ creative learning!

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