PMFRC Resources for Home Learning
back to online learning - now what?
The return to online learning for many families probably means that your kitchen table has become your children’s classroom again. This can be a stressful time for kiddos and parents alike, but we’ve collected a few tips and suggestions to help make the next few weeks a little bit easier on your household.
PMFRC Homework helper
If you missed the PMFRC Homework Helper last time you tried your hand at home schooling or online learning, not to worry, it’s still available! Last year’s tips and trips are available online.
the learning environment
Creating good study habits and rituals help boost self-confidence, make better use of your time, improve retention of information and help reduce school-related stress.
Check out these great resources on how to create a learning nook and study rituals from our Second Language Learning Support Squad!
Are you finding it particularly challenging to support your child’s second language learning? Not sure where to start with French homework? Sign up for the Second Language Learning Support Squad to receive practical tools and help to support home learning.
Children's activity series
Looking for activities that combine fun AND learning? Then join Holly as she leads you on a family learning adventure! Our Children’s Activity Series provides fun, age-appropriate activities that you can do with your children at home using supplies you probably have on hand. We’re opening the archives to our ages 1-6 and 7-12 series just for you!
Want to see more? Be sure to visit our registration calendar and sign-up for the upcoming series to receive a new video emailed to you every 2 weeks!
- Check out our videos for ages 1-6
- Check out our videos for ages 7-12
meal Planning during a pandemic
Meal planning can be challenging in the best of times, but even more so during a global pandemic. With restrictions and limitations in place, it can be hard to keep healthy, budget-friendly meals on the table. We've collected tips and suggestions from Military families and staff, along with community resources that will help you to answer the age old question of 'what's for dinner?'
- The basics [PDF]
- From our friends [PDF]
- Table for one [PDF]