Interactive online classes designed to inspire learning through engaging and authentic experiences and activities.
Live Online Classes
Regularly scheduled classes for ages 3-12. Pay only for the classes your child will love.
Our online instructors are employees of Oak Learners who believe in relationship-based teaching and personalized instruction.
Interactive & Engaging
More than just an online class! Oak Online provides an innovative and highly engaging platform for children to interact with each other and their instructors.
Classes are typically 6 participants, allowing for the building of relationships and lots of time for individual attention.
Outside the box teaching methods and classes include the Arts, Fitness, STEM, Dance, languages, academics and more!
What are parents saying about Oak Online??
Leading the Way!
In a time of so much uncertainty, it has been wonderful to see a school press forward and embrace the change. Thank you to Oak Learners for helping keep my 7th grader educated during these unprecedented times.
Oak Learners has done a wonderful job accommodating our family’s needs during the covid times. Our son participated in the preK online session which were wonderfully run by Doran, and more recently in the summer camp program. Everything has been well organized and communicated.
My daughter has been doing the online classes all summer. She’s tried almost everything but of course has her favourites. She loves it and so does mom and dad. The instructors are amazing – they make sure all kids are engaging and participating without forcing. It’s a wonderful talent in my opinion.
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Most people understand that the more practice on your instrument, the better you become. When it comes to habits, consistency is an important factor in making routines for practice. Some wonder how you can improve your practice habits without causing too much stress? Let’s look at six ways you can make better use of your time when practicing your musical instruments at home.
On November 11th, we remember and commemorate all of those who fought and died in their line of duty to serve our country and keep peace.
Mindfulness is a human ability that allows one to be present and aware of their surroundings and their own being, allowing them to not be overly reactive or overwhelmed by the world that surrounds them. When you bring awareness to what you’re experiencing, through your emotions and thoughts, you are being mindful.
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 fun interactive games for young students to try out for themselves!
World Mental Health Day is about raising awareness and educating the young minds of this globe about mental health issues and maintaining mental health.
n 1973, 6-year-old, Phyllis Webstad lived on the Dog Creek reserve and was sent to “The Mission”, a residential school. As she prepared to leave home, her grandmother managed to buy her a new outfit for her first day and Phyllis chose a bright and beautiful orange shirt. However, when she got to the residential school, they stripped her of all her clothes, and she never saw the orange shirt again.
The benefits of letting your children explore creativity and self-expression are quite clear. Their mental and personal growth will shine day to day the more they’re willing to express themselves. Here are 4 methods to help encourage creativity and self-expression in young children.
There are certain apps that every student should download on their phone. There are thousands of apps accessible and thousands created every single day. It may be hard to find ones that benefit students, but no worries! We’re here to help! Here are 5 top apps we recommend all students should download right now!