14 parent resources to help - and they’re available in the 14 languages most commonly spoken by refugee families here in Canada!
Since children do best when they grow up in a healthy environment where they feel safe, respected and loved—the way you care for them will have a great impact on how well they will learn.
This resource is available in the following languages (note that these files are meant for web viewing and local printing.
Use the checklist to create a healthy daily routine that can help your child get ready for school.
This resource is available in the following languages (note that these files are meant for web viewing and local printing. If you intend to do a larger print run, you can request high-resolution files):
These 30 games and activities support planning and problem solving, memory, attention, motor control and sequencing. They’re a great way to introduce self-regulation strategies to kids!
Remind.com is a free app that helps educators communicate with parents - and it has built in translation!
Canadian Multicultural Education Foundation has a guide that will help to address some of the questions that immigrant and refugee parents may have about the school system in Canada, and give them the opportunity to address how their parenting role may be different in Canada than it was in their home country.
People for Education have tip sheets available in 15 languages to help parents understand the school system and how they can help their child succeed.
- Online webinar: Back to School - How to Manage Allergies this School Season
- Parent checklist- key reminders for parents and students