Wide Open School features a free collection of the best learning experiences and activities for kids, organized by grade band and subject. Curated and coordinated by the experts at Common Sense, Wide Open School is the result of a collaboration among leading publishers, nonprofits, and education and technology companies.
Culture Online lets you visit museums, view live music, watch dance, explore science centres, from across British Columbia, all from the comfort of your home. Whether you’re a parent looking for a way to spark home learning, an educator wanting access to new online resources, or someone who just love arts, culture, and heritage, you’ll find a world of culture on
The Canadian Children’s Book Centre (CCBC) has launched Bibliovideo: a YouTube channel all about Canadian children’s books. Bibliovideo showcases videos and links to resources about Canadian books for children and youth. Enjoy author interviews, read-alongs, how-to demos from illustrators, publishers’ trailers, book reviews, and more. New videos will be added twice weekly.
Learn Big Science for Little Hands at Science World. When you do science with your children, you can share their sense of wonder about the natural world. Science World’s free activities are meant to serve as a starting point for early-childhood scientific exploration. Several are available to download and easy to do at home!
The Royal BC Museum has launched three new webinar series—RBCM@Home, RBCM@Home (Kids) and RBCM@Outside—so British Columbians can stay connected while staying apart. RBCM@Home (Kids) is much like an online museum playdate. Participants will visit with museum members who are working from home, along with other families from across B.C., to learn and make together. RBCM@Home (Kids) takes place every Wednesday from 11-11:30am.