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Virtual Games for Elementary School Students

There are a lot of virtual games that can be played in-class. Young students have thousands of games now a days, with easy access on the internet. There are many to choose from, with some being educational and some that aren't as much. We've compiled 5 educational and...

5 Virtual Educational Video Games for Students

There are a lot of educational video games out that can greatly benefit your children's learning experience, and feel a little bit less of a chore and more fun. Here are 5 educational video games that you should check out for your children.  1. PBS Kids Games...

What’s The Time, Mr. Wolf? Fun & Educational Games for Students

What Time is It, Mr.Wolf is a classic game that lots of teachers introduce to their students as a beginner game. There's lots of games that are not only fun, but can be very educational to younger students at the same time. Today we're going to get into 4 in-school...
Virtual Games for Elementary School Students

Virtual Games for Elementary School Students

There are a lot of virtual games that can be played in-class. Young students have thousands of games now a days, with easy access on the internet. There are many to choose from, with some being educational and some that aren't as much. We've compiled 5 educational and...

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Extracurricular Activities

Extracurricular Activities

Outside of the classroom Oak Learners also offers extracurricular activities for children to participate in. Extracurricular activities provide children with the opportunity of incorporating fun into learning while still following the school curriculum. Sounds...

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Tornado in a Jar Experiment

Tornado in a Jar Experiment

The tornado in a jar experiment is a great way to teach kids about weather conditions such as tornados and safety measures for nature related events. Materials you will need:  Glass jar (Mason Jar or a Pickle Jar, just needs to have a lid!) Water Blue food colouring...

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Walking Water Experiment

Walking Water Experiment

The walking water experiment is a fun way to learn about colours and absorbency. Play around with the mixing, the paper towel lengths, cup sizes, water levels, and see what you can make happen. Materials you will need: Water 7 cups 2 spoons Red, yellow and blue food...

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Dance Fitness!

Dance Fitness!

Fitness doesn't stop at sports and going to the gym. This week our online students learned all about dance and how dance keeps us active! Dance is a form of fitness that helps our students have fun, improve their coordination and build their growing muscles. Some...

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“I Spy” Is More Than Just A Game

“I Spy” Is More Than Just A Game

Within our Kindergarten Readiness and STEAM classes, early learning games and activities are a priority. A childhood favourite is “I Spy”. This game is a great way to keep our students connected to their learning and have fun. “I Spy” aims to help children improve...

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Secret Message Gondola Game

Secret Message Gondola Game

Part 1: Gondola system (Inspired by Science Projects for Kids) Science Projects for Kids created an idea that you can make a gondola operation system that you can pass messages from one person to another! What you need: 2 Ziploc sandwich bags 2 chairs Yarn Scissors 4...

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Games and Activities for Road Trips

Games and Activities for Road Trips

Summer is in full swing, and for many families, it means that more time is spent travelling in the car. Some may be driving to family cottages, while others might be going on camping trips. No matter where you are driving, you will likely hear the phrase "Are we there...

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Summer Fun: How to Make Your Own Bubbles!

Summer Fun: How to Make Your Own Bubbles!

Bubbles are a fun summer activity for people of all ages! Follow the steps below to make your own homemade bubble recipe. Materials  Water (2 cups) Dish soap (½ cup) Glycerin (or corn syrup or honey) Glycerin and honey: 3 tablespoons If you use corn syrup: ¼ cup ...

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Colour with your Kids this Canada Day!

Colour with your Kids this Canada Day!

If you and your kids are feeling creative this Canada Day, we have the perfect activity to recommend. This year, CBC has released a colouring book created by artists from all over the country. Each page of the book was designed by a local artist, and is representative...

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How to Make a Homemade Hologram!

How to Make a Homemade Hologram!

Have you ever gone to see a 3D Movie at a movie theatre? The images pop out from the screen and it almost looks like the characters are right in front of you! Holograms are just like some of the 3D images you might see at the movie theatre, but you don’t need special...

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Hands-on Fun: How to Make a Sensory Bin at Home!

Hands-on Fun: How to Make a Sensory Bin at Home!

A sensory bin is a great hands-on activity to do at home that is fun, educational, and allows you to get a little messy! Watch the video below from Oak Learners teacher Emma or follow the instructions below to create your own sensory bin using flour and water.  ...

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Learning About our Five Senses for preschoolers

Learning About our Five Senses for preschoolers

Children love to explore! They love to touch everything, see everything, smell everything, hear everything and even taste everything! What better way to encourage safe exploration of their world than by teaching them about their five senses!Supplies needed:  Scissors...

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Make an “Idea Bag” with Lauren!

Make an “Idea Bag” with Lauren!

Finished product: IDEA BAG! You can either put reminders of fun things or things you are thankful for or things you find that remind you of special times. You could even draw pictures or write yourself notes of things you want to make. 

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