Here's a fun crossword you can do all about our frontline workers! Have fun!
This series of short videos are a great way to learn and practice spelling colours. Listen to the song. Find the colour. Find the first letter of the colour you're looking at. Practice the letter sound and the name. Spell the word. Write the word. Read the word. Start with R-E-D and make your way through to B-L-A-C-K https://youtu.be/sMfkODJw30M https://youtu.be/xTus18ko370 https://youtu.be/dkcICPEQVaY https://youtu.be/I6ILheTtuq4 https://youtu.be/AwaXtyROZZk https://youtu.be/SnmKjg3fmNY https://youtu.be/o47o3b06-Xg
Join Ms Kelly for a short literacy lesson focused on the 'at' word family. Download the worksheets and follow along. Word Family at - Teacher_Version Word Family Practice Sheet and Word List 3.1 Word Family Practice Sheet and Word List 3.2
Through the magic of Google you can bring to life different animals right in your own home! Download the worksheets for some fun drawing and writing activities. Google 3D Animals Activity Sheets
Just because we have to stay home and self-isolate during the COVID-19 pandemic doesn't mean we can't explore! Check out our monthly calendars of virtual field trips for the whole family. May 2020 April 2020
Elana from KCC's Speech Department models appropriate language including speech sounds, grammar and semantic (vocabulary) concepts during a reading of the Dr. Seuss Classic Ten Apples Up On Top. Download the Printables that accompany the recording for extra visual support and additional activities: Printable version of book Communication picture boards - level 1 and level 2 Apple-Number Matching Game Apple-Number Pointing Activity Bingo Marker Animal Activity - level 1 and level 2 Number Tracing Activity Apple Cutout Sheet (use apples as manipulatives during or after book reading)
PT Lowell has created a movement break to get everyone pumped for CAMP! Set to our Camp 18 song, there is a seated, standing and advanced version so everyone can participate. Visit the Camp 18 Movement Break playlist on our YouTube channel for the full versions.
Here is a great boredom busting activity that will give kids a feeling of empowerment by being able to make choices in their daily activities instead of being told. The added benefit: a sense of accomplishment once they have completed the activities. Cut out the pictures and sort the activities by category. Fill an empty jar or container with 1 or 2 activity options and label the jar with the category picture for reference. Then have your child choose an activity from the jar. Feel free to exclude any activities you don’t want them to engage in. You may choose to have a second jar of reinforcers. After your child completes the activities they can choose a rewarding treat/activity. We've [...]
April 22, 2020 marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, a day dedicated to stoping climate change and learning ways to protect the environment. For KCC's Grade 2-4 class, this day fits into one of the BRANCHES OF SCIENCE they've been studying all year. Can you guess which one? That's right, ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, defined in class as the study of the EARTH and what we can do to take care of it. Earlier this year, grade 2-4 students started a school-wide recycling project. The goal was to learn all about recycling and develop a recycling program to teach the staff and students about the importance of recycling and then [...]
Join KCC's nursery/JK teacher Esti and Pat in a guided online lesson combining learning time with singing and story time focused on the numbers 1 to 5
A perfect activity for Grades 1 and 2: Practice naming the letters of the alphabet and their sounds. Download the printable Alphabet Flash Cards and cut into squares. Try these activities or make up your own: Match the upper case to lower case letters Play a memory match game Sort the letters by different features (letters that are tall, short, have tails, etc.) Come up with words that start with each letter See how many words start with each letter on a page in a favourite book
The COVID-19 pandemic is a once-in-a-generation experience the likes of which we hope to never face again. Adina Dan created a great journaling tool to help your child document their distance learning experiences and what's happening in society, so that one day they can share this bit of history with their children and grandchildren. It may also help them make sense of what's happening and calm their fears and anxiety. Download Printable PDF - My Coronavirus Experience
A simple visual calendar to help children understand what is happening and expected during the Passover holiday. Printable PDF
Morah Nancy and Morah Rochel adapted the classic Snakes and Ladders game for a fun activity to keep children busy and engaged during the holiday. Have fun and Happy Passover! Download and print everything you need to play BEFORE the holiday begins. PRINTABLE PDF includes printable game board, instructions and questions that need to be cutout.
KCC students have been studying the BRANCHES OF SCIENCE with our science teacher, Scott. Here's a great activity to help children learn about the different BRANCHES OF SCIENCES. Download the colouring pages in our Branches of Science Definitions and Diagrams package and use them to learn the name of the branch of study and its definition. Practice giving the definition when presented with the name of the study then practice giving the name of the study when presented with the definition. Have fun! Branches of Science Definitions and Diagrams Branches of Science Crossword
March 26, 2020 Being able to follow a schedule is an important skill for every child and can be more challenging for children with special needs. At KCC visual schedules are used everyday as an effective tool in developing this skill in students of all ages and abilities. Now more than ever, predictability and routine are important in getting kids (and ourselves!) through an uncertain time. Click here to download a visual schedule that you can use at home to help create structure and ease anxiety that may develop due to changes in expectations and routines. Why use a visual schedule? A visual schedule will let your child know [...]