Come Read With Me
Come Read With Me is a program designed by Fiona Clare, Literacy in Kamloops, to teach parents simple reading strategies so they can more confidently support their young readers with …
Make it Count! Backgrounder
Numeracy is everywhere. Children start using math the moment they start exploring the world. Sorting, counting and measuring are ways of playing with math. Talking about math with children helps …
Make it Count! Primary
Math games are a great way for children to practice math skills both indoors and outdoors. Here are some ideas for activities to have fun with math.
Make it Count! Older school-aged
Teaching children about money is a great way for them to learn about currency and managing their money. Here are some ideas for ways to learn about money in daily …
Make it Count! Preschoolers
Counting, measuring and following a recipe are ways to develop early math skills. Here are some ideas for activities to have fun with math in the kitchen.
Make it Count! Toddlers
When toddlers sorts things by colour, size or shape, they are analyzing, exploring relationships and making groups. Here are some ideas for activities you can do together.
Make it Count! Babies
What does counting with babies look like? Play is a great way to learn numeracy. Here are some ideas for counting with babies.
Let’s Connect! Backgrounder
We all connect with people, places, ideas and things. When we connect, we build strong relationships, create trust, and support our social, emotional and physical health. This backgrounder includes information …
Let’s Connect! Babies (up to 1 year old)
What does connecting with babies look like? Play is a great way to connect. Here are some ideas for making meaningful connections with babies.
Let’s Connect! Toddlers (1-2 years old)
When toddlers connect with others through reading, they build relationships, their understanding of the world and their curiosity. Here are some ideas for activities you can do together.