Students can benefit from educational help outside the classroom. That's why we offer a variety of tools, from one-on-one tutoring, to after-school and lunchtime groups, to online resources for all ages.
We want to ensure you have the extra support you need to do well on exams. Elephant Thoughts is a tutoring service that we bring into the schools to help you prepare for math and science exams.
Staff from Elephant Thoughts visit each school regularly to help enrich the learning experience for youth. The goal is to support our youth to graduate and develop excitement around learning by integrating traditional learning into contemporary learning. Elephant Thoughts focuses on programs that increase graduation rates, excite students about learning, connect the entire community to the education system, and teach relevant skills, Elephant Thoughts is particularly valuable as students prepare for final exams.
Games, videos, exercises, and much more. It’s always updated and the resources are labeled according to the CEFR level, i.e. A1, A2, B1, B2. Some videos present exercices at different levels so you can differentiate – you can have students working with the same video on different computers at different levels.
ABCYA has interactive learning games and quizzes that will appeal to elementary school students. The variety is broad. This tool also provides a blog for parents and teachers.
Tools and resources for students of all ages.
Free during COVID-19. Just sign up for the free access.
A vast array of science and math resources (and more) for students from about Grade 4 through Grade 12.
Class Dojo is a platform which unites a classroom community in the quest for learning. Students are each represented and can gain or lose points according to their contributions to their learning community. Teachers can use this to set goals, communicate with parents on their child's participation in class and lead their students through each day successfully.
Code Club Canada is running online sessions in place of in-person meetups during the COVID-19 pandemic. Sessions take place Tuesdays & Wednesdays in English and Thursdays in French.
The projects are designed for kids aged 8-12 (no coding experience needed!). We’ll be covering different coding projects each week so kids will have lots to keep themselves busy.
No need to sign up in advance, simply join the Zoom meeting link (sessions are limited to 25 participants).
Literature resources for third grade to high school students.
Enter through the free teacher portal.
Digital learning content, lessons and resources, free and open to all, covering a wide variety of subjects.
The interactive East Cree Language website is a project of a non-profit partnership between our CSB Cree Programs department and Carleton University. It includes audible stories with syllabic subtitles, reference grammar, a forum, lessons, a dictionary, resources, and a listing of all books published by the Cree School Board.
ESL Cyber Listening Lab is a resource for helping learners build confidence in understanding spoken English and French.
Facile Learning is an animated Science learning service for schools in Quebec. It focuses primarily on the Secondary IV curriculum but contains resources for other grades as well. Perfect for classroom teaching and for individual student-learning in science. Facile Learning programs takes you step-by-step, click-by-click, through each topic.
Username and password are available through your science teacher and your principal.
Here you can sign up for free, then print or download PDF files of “Albums et histoires” (texts). You can also download MP3 files of narrated “Contes et légendes“, “Fables et poésies“, or “Comptines et chansons“. They’ve algo got “Documentaires“, which are longer non-fiction texts about different topics.
Take part in your child's learning! Kahoot offers a chance to answer quizlets in game form. All you need is a phone and the free app!
From early math to linear algebra, from preschool to high school biology, entrepreneurship, computing and art history, the Khan Academy offers a robust selection of enrichment material for student, teacher, and parent use.
LEARN stands for Leading English Education and Reading Network. It is a non-profit educational organization which provides a wealth of quality educational resources to those engaged in the anglophone Quebec educational system. We have access to practice exams, online tutoring, advanced online learning, curriculum resources, blogs, the latest research and teaching tools, and much more.
Math Help Services is now being used across the country to help educators increase student engagement and performance in math.
Username and password are available through your child's math teacher.
You'll find lots of variety in the free lessons offered on Nearpod. Ask your teacher for a code to access them as a student! Or check with your child's teacher if you are interested in enriching your child's education with these tools.
Newsela offers a variety of current reading material that can be used across subjects in a variety of ways. The site promotes cross-curricular literacy skills through diverse perspectives. Texts are published at five different reading levels. Ten new texts are published each day.
Here you will find a wide variety of practice quizzes on topics covering the entire curriculum. This is a great way to supplement the work your child does in school and to take it to the next level!
Raz-Kids is an application which digitally contains leveled readers and accompanying quizzes to develop literal and inferential comprehension skills. Can be used on any iPad in school or at home.
Starfall is an online resource for learning through fun. It specializes in reading, phonics & math - educational games, movies, books and songs for students in Pre-Kindergaten to Grade 3.
High School Students! Looking for something to read? Cree School Board offers free subscription to Teen Book Cloud. Follow the link and use the credentials below to access tons of books, audio books, activities and videos. For students 12-18 years old.
Tumblebooks is an online collection of books which have been digitized for reading, read along, and listening. Tumblebooks also includes movies, documentaries, small quizzes and lesson plans. A resource for anyone who wishes to engage in reading. For Students 5-12 years old