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Children, Youth, and Performance conference – June 25-27

Dear Colleagues,  Registration is now open for the annual ‘Children, Youth, and Performance’ conference which includes a the days of workshops, networking opportunities, panels, and performances for researchers, students, artists and educators. It will be held online from June 25th…

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Resources for Remembrance Day

[Optional] Western’s Virtual Remembrance Day Ceremony Western’s virtual Remembrance Day ceremony, hosted by the University Students’ Council, will be broadcast live from the Mustang Lounge 10:45 to 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 11 with a pause for moment of silence…

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Embodied Learnings: Education From The Inside Out

teacher and children playing outside

Embodied Learnings is a not-for-profit who’s mission is to provide teachers, teacher candidates, dance specialists, mental health leads, and other support staff with the knowledge and skills necessary to educate students from the inside out, where the body is a…

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Unit Plans for Grades 2-3

During the Bachelor of Education field experience, Meghan created multiple themed unit plans for Grades 2 to 3.

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Online Canadian Classrooms with LuluEducation

Register for online Canadian classrooms, with Canadian teachers, through Lulu Education. Content is designed to support current distance learning.

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Virtual museum tours and activities

Since 1996, Education World has connected educators to free resources. Here they recommend virtual museum tours by category, including suggested educational activities for each.

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Music creation app for kids

Incredibox is a music app that lets you create your own music in an interactive, visually appealing format. Drag and drop sounds to make your avatars sing, adjusting your composition until it’s just right.

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Learn and play chess online

ChessKid is an online community for young chess players with video tutorials to help new players learn the game. Kids can try out chess-related puzzles and activities or play a game of chess online against the computer or a real-life friend. 

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A podcast for curious kids

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids explores questions submitted by real kids. Recent episodes tackle questions like “why do we have nightmares?” and “why are some words bad?”. Kids can submit their own questions for future episodes.  

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Video drawing tutorials for kids

With over 100 videos, the Art for Kids Hub on YouTube has drawing tutorials for all ages and abilities. Check out their Easter Art Projects for family activities to work on this weekend!

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