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Let's Make a Calendar
Learn about today's date and month as you build a monthly calendar. Mark in all the special days for the month and then print out a copy for yourself.
Peter Pig's Money Counter
In this game, you can learn how to sort Canadian coins, count up the coins and decide which pile of coins has more value.
Howie and Baboo join physiotherapist Neil at a playground and after a whirlwind ride on the merry-go-round, Neil explains why they feel dizzy.
Henry and the Sugarbugs
This is a book about Sugarbugs and taking care of your teeth. You can read the words yourself or click the symbol to hear the words read aloud. Click on the green arrow to turn the page.
LearnAlberta: Hand Hygiene
Look at different school scenes and decide when hand washing is the best thing to do. Then, try to find five germs on the computer hand! Yuck!
LearnAlberta: The Hand Washing Challenge
When do you need to wash your hands? Peter, the chef, wants to talk to you about hand-washing.
Howie and Baboo visit their family doctor Dr. Vic who shows them a poster of what a stomach looks like and explains why their tummies make gurgling sounds when they're hungry.
Take a Trip: Food Groups
Move the hungry ant through the maze to the food at the end of the table. You'll learn about food groups. If you go too fast and bump into something, you'll have to start at the beginning again!
TED: 5 Fabulous Food Groups
Did you know almost every food you eat has something that you need to stay healthy? Let's learn about how to group foods in this video!
TED: Eat Your Rainbow
Did you know that what you eat can help or hurt your body? Find out what the best foods are to eat to help your body in this video!
TED: How Does Your Body Know When You're Full?
Being hungry generates a powerful and often unpleasant physical sensation that’s almost impossible to ignore. After you’ve reacted by gorging on your morning pancakes, you start to experience an opposing force: fullness. But how does your body actually know when you’re full?
TED: How Do Germs Spread and Why Do They Make Us Sick?
Germs are found on almost every surface we come in contact with, which makes it incredibly common for our bodies to be exposed to them.
TED: Is It Bad to Hold Your Pee?
Humans should urinate at least four to six times a day, but occasionally, the pressures of modern life force us to clench and hold it in. How bad is this habit, and how long can our bodies withstand it?
TED: Is Sitting Too Close to a TV Really Bad for You?
It may be antiquated now, but the old pearl of wisdom: “Don’t sit too close to the TV” was good advice in the 1960s.
TED: What Happens to Your Body When You Swallow Gum?
You've probably heard that if you swallow chewing gum, it stays in your stomach for 7 years. But is that true? What happens if you swallow gum?
Howie and Baboo visit Jamey Jewells at the gym where they learn how to use a wheelchair and discover everything they can do, like play tennis, ski, and shoot hoops!
Be Kind Online!
Watch this video to see how Molly can treat people with kindness and respect at school and on the Internet.
Buster's Growing Grudge
This comic book is about holding a grudge against a friend. At the end of the comic, you can choose some actions that Buster could take. What happens to Buster with your choices?
Four Friends - A Tale from the Far East
Everyone has a role to play, a job to do. Working together is not only the best way, but sometimes the only way to get the job done. Read this story about four friends - or click on the words to hear the story out loud.
Pause and Think Online
This is a fun animated video about how you can use your brain and heart to be a good friend when you're online.
So funny...I forgot to laugh
When Arthur is making jokes, is he being funny? Is he going too far and hurting Sue Ellen's feelings?
You are Not Too Little to Help
Have you helped someone today? Read this story, or hear the story by clicking on each word. Try clicking on the illustrations too and watch the mouse and lion move.
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