Ever wonder what the difference is between French Immersion and the francophone school board in Halifax? And who really qualifies for each program? I have all of the answers to your questions here.
This matching egg game is perfect for Easter and into spring and it has multiple levels of learning in it, but they’ll never know! Colour identification, fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, patterns, counting and matching are all at work here. Bonus: Makes an awesome quiet time activity!
I’m sharing our new favourite early literacy Easter egg-tivity (with supplies you likely already have, or can get at the dollar store). And, bonus, it’s not only fun, it’s also educational (sneaky learning is the best!).
Trying to teach your toddler or young preschooler how to spell their name? Yeah, that can be challenging, especially if their name has more than three or four letters *guilty as charged.* I came up with this fun egg puzzle to help my kids learn how to spell their names. All you’ll need are some plastic Easter eggs, an empty egg carton, permanent marker, scissors and tape.
When my daughter came home from primary telling me about the lockdown drill she had in gym class, I admit I had mixed feelings about it.
“Primary is a big step in a child’s life and parents worry if their child is going to feel safe at school,” Katrina Johnston, a primary teacher in Chester, NS, says, and she shares some suggestions on what parents can do to help.