If you teach Grades 4-6 you may be interested in the Grade Alike Planning Hub which has fabulous teacher-curated resources organized by subject, theme, infusion element and teacher recommended experiences.
If you have a resource others could benefit from (created by you or free online) please consider adding it by clicking "Add Resource" in the right corner of the home screen.
Culture is crucial. Teachers want to build it in the classroom. School …
Culture is crucial. Teachers want to build it in the classroom. School administrators want to build it in their schools. How do we build relationships with students, set standards, and make school a place where students want to be?
The classroom is a good place to start. This video shares 5 ways to build school culture with your interactive display.
Samsung has a fantastic interactive display called the Samsung Interactive Pro. This is the tool being used in the video, but the same strategies can be used with any interactive display device.
Here are the 5 ways to build school culture with your interactive display: #1 - Classroom Rules and Norms Brainstorming Session #2 - Get to Know You Unboxing Video Activity #3 - Create a Digital Appreciation Board #4 - Create a Class Banner or Quilt #5 - Do a Digital "What Do You Remember" Activity
Media literacy is so important in today's society. This is CANADIAN program …
Media literacy is so important in today's society. This is CANADIAN program from CIVIX. It provides opportunities for: *Resources (including full lessons and pre/post assessments) *Example Bank *Workshops
You will need to sign up for a free account to access this excellent program.
"False and misleading information is rampant online, and people lack the skills and motivation to determine what to trust. To build the next generation of informed citizens, we need to adopt new ways to teach digital media literacy and source evaluation."
"The EAL and Newcomer Settlement Portal (the Portal) offers a repository of …
"The EAL and Newcomer Settlement Portal (the Portal) offers a repository of resources for supporting English as an Additional Language (EAL) learners. Users can access important ministry documents, helpful resources and learning materials shared by school divisions. Important announcements regarding upcoming events are also available. Key items available on the Portal are:
*EAL Initial Assessment Toolkits that include guidelines, documents and resources to support school divisions in conducting the initial assessment of EAL learners.
*Supporting EAL Learners: Getting Started modules intended to provide practical, hands-on resources for all educators. EAL resources on creating welcoming learning environments, as well as educator supports in addressing the language and learning needs of EAL students."
Explore the elements of art, culture, and identity through this guided lesson based …
Explore the elements of art, culture, and identity through this guided lesson based on Leah Dorion's "The Giving Tree: A Retelling of a Traditional Métis Story." We are connected through place and culture! The values, beliefs, traditions, religion, natural environment, recreational activities, music, dance, and art that surround us help to form our identity. We share, listen, learn, and grow from and with each other. Students will think about their own identity and the many pieces that make them unique as they create a painting in the style of Leah Dorion's work.
Honouring the Buffalo: A Plains Cree Legend is a useful educational tool …
Honouring the Buffalo: A Plains Cree Legend is a useful educational tool for social studies/treaty and language arts/literacy curriculum teaching. Included on the website is a resource guide, educational guide (questions), audio recordings, and curricular connections. There is a book trailer as well as an exerpt in English and in Cree.
"Bring science, technology and innovation experts into the learning environment to spark …
"Bring science, technology and innovation experts into the learning environment to spark curiosity and strengthen STEM connections to post-secondary pathways and career opportunities."
Career exploration STEM Club (Gr. 4-6) STEM Storytime (K-3) many opportunities Design & Build Series (K-12) many opportunities Indigenous STEM Speaker Series Live professional learning On-demand professional learning webinars
This site uses American standards, so filter by SKILL, not grade to …
This site uses American standards, so filter by SKILL, not grade to find what you need.
This site allows you to differentiate for a wide variety of needs quickly!
Create activities for PAPER or ONLINE learning. This can be used in the classroom and for distance learning. *daily review creator! *create mixed or spiral reviews to foster mastery *create practice pages to reinforce skills *print cheat sheets to explain skills to students *create flashcards for review *create modified versions of activities *create quizzes *multiple languages available *drills
*make your own spelling lists using word families or use pre-made lists
"The Ministry of Education is pleased to announce that My Assessment Toolkit, a …
"The Ministry of Education is pleased to announce that My Assessment Toolkit, a companion document to the Supporting Student Assessment in Saskatchewan resource, is now available. Teachers are encouraged to access this new resource on the Saskatchewan Curriculum website by selecting Quick Links/Assessment Supports/Supporting Student Assessment in Saskatchewan/My Assessment Toolkit.The purpose of My Assessment Toolkit is to provide teachers with an array of assessment strategies to consider when planning multiple and varied opportunities for students to demonstrate their learning. A collection of 100 effective assessment strategies is available in My Assessment Toolkit. The Ministry of Education can support implementation of My Assessment Toolkit upon request.
Photomath is the ultimate educational tool for a smartphone or tablet. With …
Photomath is the ultimate educational tool for a smartphone or tablet. With over 300-million downloads, students and families around the world are using Photomath to check their homework, study for tests, and are building their math confidence every month.
Teachers can use Photomath to: - Reinforce concepts learned in the classroom. - Check homework assignments. - Accelerate individual learning.
Get the easy to use Photomath app today! Head on over to Google Play or Apple to download the app and get started. Students - make sure you have your parents permission.
Powwow! Ohcîwin The Origins Oh-cÎ-win: Ooo-chi-win, Cree 1. “The Origin” or telling of a story of where something originated Powwows are Indigenous cultural celebrations where many forms of dance styles are performed as part of the ceremony. These social gatherings, held across North America, bring people together to sing, dance and share teachings all while celebrating Indigenous culture. Each dance style has a meaning or origin story and a specific purpose. Regalia, the distinctive clothing and ornamentation worn by the dancers, corresponds to the different dance styles.
Powwow! OchÎwin the Origins was created by Patrick and Marrisa Mitsuing of Powwow Times. Working with a diverse team of Indigenous Artists they assembled each of the individual dance regalia on display. During the 2019 and 2020 Powwow season, they met with knowledge keepers across North America to record the origin stories of the dances they perform.
The dances are: Men’s Traditional, Men’s Fancy, Men’s Chicken, Men’s Grass, Women’s Traditional, Women’s Fancy and Women’s Jingle.
"Anywhere, anytime, online resources are great for students, teachers and school division …
"Anywhere, anytime, online resources are great for students, teachers and school division personnel. Access more than 15,000 full-text unique journals, magazines, newspapers, online directories, encyclopedias, and eBooks as well as other online reference materials and video streaming services. These resources are accessible from within your school or over the internet with your EDonline or school login. To learn how to use these online resources, visit your school library or your local public library."
Aboriginal Education Research Centre Academic OneFile Select ArcGIS Auto Repair Source BBC Business Source Elite CBC Curio CBCA Canadian Encyclopedia Canadian Major Daiies Canadian Points of View Canadian Reference Centre Canadian Research Index Canadiana Online EXPLORA Early Canadiana Online Encyclopedia Britannica Explore History Gale in Context Gale Literature General OneFile Health and Wellness History Reference Centre IDELLO LIVE LegalTrac National Film Board of Canada National Geographic Channel News in Review NovelList Plus Our Legacy PressReader Rover Safety Care Science One SK History Online Statistics Canada The Heritage Project (French) Universalias Junior & Senior Virtual Museum of Metis History and Culture
Visit this Saskatchewan based site that offers lots of great lessons/units that …
Visit this Saskatchewan based site that offers lots of great lessons/units that focus mainly on integrating Aboriginal science and technology with the provincial science curriculum.
The CCSTU project has produced: - strategies for teaching and assessing students (illustrated in the materials produced) - 6 exemplary curriculum units (Wild Rice, Trapping, Snowshoes, Nature's Hidden Gifts, The Night Sky, Survival in Our Land) - a prototype process for adapting any curriculum material to suit the local culture - " Teacher Guide" for CCSTU - "Stories from the field", a guide to involving community people.
The main site can be accessed at https://education.usask.ca/ccstu/main_menu.html
Resources for Rethinking. provides immediate access to more than 1200 quality classroom …
Resources for Rethinking. provides immediate access to more than 1200 quality classroom resources.
Developed by Learning for a Sustainable Future, R4R.ca connects teachers to lesson plans, books, videos and other materials that explore the environmental, social and economic dimensions of important issues and events unfolding in our world today. R4R resources have been reviewed by experienced classroom teachers and matched to relevant curriculum outcomes for each province and territory. Use the search engine to find resources and read the reviews. Most of these materials can be downloaded immediately.
To begin: Select your province on the right side of the screen. Add any other filters you wish to explore to narrow your search and have fun exploring the amazing resources!