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What’s on My Plate? Talk * Taste * Count * Cook – Preschoolers

This activity sheet describes some fun family food-related activities that preschoolers can enjoy with their families. It includes a brief outline of how these activities benefit a preschooler. This sheet was created for Family Literacy Week 2018.

What’s on My Plate? Talk * Taste * Count * Cook – Primary School Children

This activity sheet describes some fun family food-related activities that primary school children can enjoy with their families. It includes a brief outline of how these activities benefit a young school child. This sheet was created for Family Literacy Week 2018.

Food Flair™ Early Learning Practitioners Resource

The Food Flair™ Early Learning Practitioners Resource was created by nutritionists and has been adapted for use by early learning practitioners and caregivers. It contains information about nutrition, healthy eating and food-related topics, along with recipes and fun activities to do with children, and ideas and information sheets to share with families. Food Flair helps… Read more

Tuning into Music: Listen! Make! Move! – Backgrounder

This information sheet provides background information on how music activities can develop and reinforce literacy skills in young children.

Tuning into Music: Listen! Make! Move! – Preschoolers

This activity sheet describes some fun music activities that preschoolers can enjoy with their families. It includes a brief outline of how these activities benefit a preschooler. This sheet was created for Family Literacy Week 2017.

Tuning into Music: Listen! Make! Move! – Toddlers

This activity sheet describes some fun music activities that toddlers can enjoy with their families. It includes a brief outline of how these activities benefit a toddler. This sheet was created for Family Literacy Week 2017.

Tuning into Music: Listen! Make! Move! – Babies

This activity sheet describes some fun music activities that babies can enjoy with their families. It includes a brief outline of how these activities benefit a baby. This sheet was created for Family Literacy Week 2017.

The Westcoast Reader – December issue

The December issue of The Westcoast Reader is available now! This issue has articles about talking to bears, recycling chopsticks, Gord Downie  and more. You can find the Teachers’ Notes for this issue online. For subscription information, or to find out if your group qualifies to receive the newspaper for free, click here.

Helping Children Learn

Are you looking for easy to read resources for parents of babies, toddlers and preschoolers? Helping Children Learn: fun activities to do with babies, toddlers, and preschoolers is a new website that has a series of wonderful booklets that you can use.  Created by Joan Acosta and Bev Burke, these colourful booklets present playful, everyday… Read more

First Nations Financial Fitness

First Nations Financial Fitness: Your Guide for Getting Healthy, Wealthy, and Wise  is a handbook with the information, tools and resources to help make informed decisions about your relationship with money.  First produced by the Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of BC in 2011, the handbook has an online version. We posted earlier about the Native… Read more