Winter can be a magical time of year, and like many, you may have been drawn to the theatre over winter break to catch the new star-studded Mary Poppins Returns to celebrate a little bit of magic for yourself and create some excellent learning opportunities!
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The search is on for gifts to express appreciation for your child’s teacher and the important work they do. Supplies are one thing that’s always welcome – they’re practical and useful gifts that can save a teacher money and provide a lot of fun for the class. If you want to give teacher more of a “treat” that they get to enjoy for themselves, we can help you with that, too!
Summer is a welcome break from the routine of school, but it doesn’t mean the learning has to stop. With a little planning, there are plenty of opportunities to weave education into the summer months.
The end of the school year is the perfect time to reflect on goals and enjoy all the wins and changes from a year of learning. We’ve gathered twenty ideas to help you and your child celebrate all their accomplishments and make the start of summer epic.
Earth Day Canada and Staples Canada have announced the top 100 finalists for their annual Superpower your School contest.
With one of the coldest winters in recent memory, it is tough to think that summer is just around the corner. Even though there are several months of school remaining, planning ahead and choosing the right summer camp for your child can take time to do research and ensure the camp’s programs meet your daughter or son’s needs.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, parents and children alike are starting to think about what they will take to school to hand out to their friends. Homemade DIY Valentine’s Day cards are a personal and thoughtful way of showing someone how much you appreciate their friendship. Making Valentine cards is also a great way for young kids to practice handwriting while exercising their creative skills.
Are you familiar with the saying, “Kindness is free, sprinkle that stuff everywhere?” It’s the perfect mantra to share with your kids during this month’s Bullying Awareness and Prevention Week. The week runs from November 19 to 25 and is dedicated to encouraging inclusiveness, empathy, and kindness to others.