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Family Literacy Day

“The more that you READ, the more things you will KNOW. The more that you LEARN, the more places you’ll GO.” Dr. Seuss January 27th is Family Literacy Day! Created in 1999 by ABC Literacy Canada, their goal is to remind families of the importance of participating in reading and learning activities together on a daily basis. Below are some fun activities that will help celebrate the day. Enjoy! ABC Life Literacy – Illustrator Barbara Reid, Canadian Author and Illustrator – EVENT – Grades 1-6 The Family Literacy Day honorary chair this year is Barbara Reid, Canadian author and illustrator …

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Winter Holidays

December is the start of winter. It’s a month of holiday celebrations and, in normal times, family gatherings. This year will be a little different. But nothing will stop the snow falling in Quebec. So, get out your winter clothes and prepare to start those winter activities. But if you are choosing to stay inside and keep warm, here are some great resources for you to try. Word Puzzle Download this fun winter word puzzle. Solve the puzzle and practice some common words we use at this time of year. Holiday Recipes Here are some holiday recipes that you can …

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Remembrance Day

Remembrance Day is November 11th. On Remembrance Day, we observe a minutes silence at 11 am (the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month). Across the world, we pause in this moment of silence to honour and remember all the men and women who have lost their lives, served, and continue to serve Canada and around the world during times of war, conflict and peace. Resources you can use to learn more about Remembrance Day Find out more information about Remembrance Day on the Canadian Veterans Affairs website. Learn more about why we wear a poppy on …

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