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Manitoba
Children play with Lego on a colourful alphabet rug. A boy who is visually impaired reads a book with raised dots, a precursor to learning to read in Braille. Sand running through the hourglasses fascinates a curious boy. A boy building with blocks greets the class bunny who has hopped over for a visit. A boy gives a thumbs up. A girl plays with colourful shapes on the classroom light-table. A girl counts and orders buttons by size. Two girls balance on a pipe as they look for frogs in a swampy area. Children create their own book illustrations using the “still life” technique. Two girls are paired during a large group activity. A boy builds with interlocking cubes. A girl illustrates her “story”. Three girls practice their letters on individual whiteboards. A boy holds alphabet blocks that spell out PLAY. Young boys explore classroom science materials. A girl using a walker smiles. Three children share a book together." An educator and 4 preschoolers enjoy a small group interaction.

"The Spirit of Independence: Free will is cultivated by responsibility so that the child can say, “I have the power to make decisions.” "
From the Circle of Courage, by Dr. Martin Brokenleg

An Action Plan for Science Education in Manitoba

Early Childhood Education

For Educators

In the Classroom

This section links to classroom related resources organized by theme or subject area.

MATHEMATICS

LITERACY

SOCIAL STUDIES