Support For Educators and Families

Resources to Support Students at Home

You do so much to support your kids. Let us support you.

COVID-19 has exacerbated the learning gap for many kids in need. Supplementing the school day with helpful work at home remains important. We know there is a lot of information out there. We’re working to provide you a list resources that can be shared with your students and their families. Please use this page as a source for tips and information that can be used in varying circumstances. 

We will continue to update this list regularly. Please bookmark it and check back often.

At-Home Resource List for Educators and Kids

For Educators at Home

1. Self Care

2. Connect with educators online via Social Media

  • Search Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook using the following hashtags to find support, free downloadables, and more for you and your students. #teachertipscovid19#freeresourceloop#OperationStorytime, #KidLitQuarantine, #QuaranTeaching

3. Professional Development

  • Share My Lesson – Professional development & lesson plans
  • Bibliovideo: for young readers, librarians, teachers, parents, authors, illustrators, researchers and others who want to locate and learn more about great Canadian books for young people. (English/French)

4. Provincial Education Curriculum

For Students Learning from Home

1. Free Internet Access

2. Web-based Learning

2.1. Resources for all subjects:

2.2. The Arts, Movement, and Mindfulness:

2.3. Reading, Math & Coding:

2.4. Read Alouds by Authors & Illustrators: 

3. For Students & Families

4. French & Inuit Language

  • Angirrami Ilinniarniq: Online Inuit language resource of books, magazines, learning materials and more put together by the Government of Nunavut 
  • Inuktut Language Support: Books, Videos, and resources for preschool to grade 12.