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Good ideas for virtual learning

A lot of parents enjoy spending time teaching their kids new skills and sharing interesting and enriching information. Here’s a few virtual ideas left over from lock-down that we’ve discovered are still good resources for offering motivation, entertainment and guilt free screen time. 

Learn about animals: Watch Animals from South African and Kenya with Wild Earth Safari’s live feed, or watch different forest Cameras around the World!

Exercises: This enthusiastic gym teacher, Joe and Hey Duggee, will help your youngsters burn off their pent-up energy. You can also learn how to Powwow dance from an Indigenous dancer!

Add, subtract, multiply, divide: University of Waterloo’s  Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing site has printable worksheets and answers (just so you don’t get the marking messed up)

Curious to learn? Indigenous online learning spaces like Four Directions, and Path of elders gives and online interactive culture and history, or try some Crosswords and Puzzles from cultures around the world! 

Music and Art: Fender, the guitar brand professionals love offers memberships to anyone wanting to try out lessons for free. Draw a Stickman and Instructables also offer learning and DIY projects for younger audiences. As well as these Indigenous colouring pages to print off and have fun with or colour these classical paintings online!


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