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The Benefits Of Summer Camp For Your Children

Kids that are more active in summer camp learning, exploring nature, and having memories at camps tend to develop lifelong skills that can be carried over into many aspects of their life.

Partner Showcase – Seneca College Internship with Oak Learners

The concept of teaching and learning matching is that it impacts learning in a way that encourages students to respond more positively to instructional methods while informing faculty about effective teaching practices. This encourages collaboration between the teacher and student which in turn reduces classroom management issues.

Recent research has shown that it is not as effective for a teacher to change their teaching preferences to suit the students in their classroom because they may not be as comfortable teaching in that manner.

Back to School 20% Off with Mabel’s Labels Fundraising

Looking for school supplies going back to school, summer camp, or for extracurricular work? Look no further! Mabel’s Labels Fundraising back-to-school sale on all school label packs starts now until the end of July!

Academics

Academics

Oak Learners incorporates their philosophy of teaching in a way that is suitable for each individual child! Children at Oak Learners are provided with learning experiences integrating the 3Rs that allow them to achieve great success rather than learning challenges...

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The Forgotten Senses

The Forgotten Senses

We all know about the 5 senses, touch, taste, smell, sound, sight, but did you know there are actually 2 more very important forgotten senses? These are the vestibular and proprioception senses. Those are some big words, but what do they mean? Let’s find out! Think...

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How to Teach Your Child a Language You Don’t Speak

How to Teach Your Child a Language You Don’t Speak

As we all know, one of the best ways for a child to learn a language is if they are surrounded by people who speak the desired language. However, as we are meeting people less often and aren’t currently travelling, being in an environment where your child can be exposed to various languages isn’t easy. It would be great if the child’s home could be the centre for language learning.  But what do you do if you’re monolingual and want your child to be bilingual?

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Learning Music in COVID Times

Learning Music in COVID Times

Music Education is essential and should be available to all individuals. In most of our schools, it is a subject/elective that students could opt for in the higher grades. To most individuals, an ideal environment to learn music or a musical instrument is a classroom or a music studio. However, given the current situation, learning music in a classroom seems to be in the far future.

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Online Resources for Learning Science at Home

Online Resources for Learning Science at Home

The science resources below all feature exciting ways for students to explore science topics within the curriculum and beyond. Learning about interesting topics in science is also a great way to encourage students to practice reading and writing at the same time.

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Online Activities: Reading and Writing Resources

Online Activities: Reading and Writing Resources

Your child can use these reading and writing resources to prepare for the start of the school year, or to support their learning once September rolls around! They are super interactive and will be sure to keep your child engaged when it comes to reading and writing!

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