https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/ – A great resource link for classroom lesson plans. Also a place for you to post your lessons plans for others to use.
https://sk.211.ca/saskatchewan_247_hour_crisis_hotlines -If you are in need of seeking help for yourself, this is the Saskatchewan Crisis Website. You can also guide your students to this site – to help them find the appropriate resources when they are dealing with crisis.
https://www.getepic.com/ – this website is great to access online books. There is read-a-longs, read to self, etc. -They have access for educators, students, and parents.
https://www.rickhansen.com The Rick Hansen Foundation is about creating a world without barriers. They have free resources for classroom teachers to discuss inclusion. You can also have a guest speaker come out to your school to do a presentation.
https://app.gonoodle.com/login?source=GNlogin -This is the link to Go Noodles login. For some reason I cannot post the Go Noodle – Home page. You can navigate from this link to the home page. This is a great teaching resource with many videos. Including: silly songs, relaxing, mindfulness, and much more. It allows for movement breaks throughout the day.
http://education.historicacanada.ca/files/31/Treaties_English.pdf -This is an educational tool teachers can use with their students to learn more about the Treaties of Canada. It includes a timeline along with teacher friendly activities. on this PDF their is also other links you can view. such at “Idle No More.”
https://www.storybookscanada.ca/stories/en/ – A great tool for multilingual students in your classroom. This website offers many books that are translated into different languages and they also are read aloud books.