Summer is here, which means both you and your online student will want to get out and experience the fresh air. Fortunately, Saskatoon hosts many events over the course of the summer that are fun, engaging, educational and active. It’s time for you and your student to enjoy the fresh air and soak up the sun (with sunscreen of course).Read more
Dense, non-fiction books are usually associated with education, while fictional, condensed books are associated with leisure — but it’s truly not that black and white. There are a wide variety of fictional books with educational elements, whether they explore historical time periods or address world issues and real-life situations.Read more
The homeschooling community online is incredibly prominent, backed by a strong following on YouTube. Naturally, we find ourselves watching a lot of videos from influencers within the community. These homeschooling moms making videos are extremely generous with their time and their advice.Read more
The key to online learning is organization; time management, efficient note taking etc.
When your online student is taking it upon themselves to be independent with their learning, it’s important for them to know what kind of resources can help them stay strategized and on track.
We rounded up a list of apps that can help your online student stay organized from task management to note taking:
What better way to get your child ready for Halloween than to inspire them to read some spookier tales? Sometimes it’s fun to get a little spooked — and we promise you there is plenty of middle school level, books out there that are only slightly spooky, but completely fun and adventure packed.Read more