Homeschooling Resources for Teaching and Learning

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My Learning at Home

This website contains information and resources to support your child’s physical, social, emotional, and digital wellness. It includes online learning resources and parent guides for different subject areas, as well as tips for learning at home.

French Support Services

The Direction des ressources éducatives françaises (DREF) offers French programming and resources. Visit the DREF website for more information and library hours.

Online Resources for Manitoba Educators

Notified homeschooling families may access the online collection: eBooks, Audio books, eJournals and other online resources.

Computers for Schools

Registered Home Schools in Manitoba are eligible to receive free or low-cost refurbished equipment, including desktop and laptop computers and printers. For more information, or to order equipment, please visit the website.


My Child in School

This website is a resource for parents that provides an overview of the concepts covered in various subject areas throughout Kindergarten to Grade 12.

Manitoba Remote Learning Support Centre

Homeschooling families with Kindergarten to Grade 8 children can access a repository of learning resources and mental health and wellness resources from the Remote Learning Support Centre.

Curriculum Essentials

Curriculum Essentials are resources designed to provide a "quick start" to the Manitoba curriculum for Mathematics, Science and Social Studies in Grades 1 to 8. These resources present the essentials (the big ideas, the foundational processes, practices and skills) in a consistent visual format that still respects the unique nature of each discipline.

My Child in the Middle Years: A Parent Resource

This website offers parents of Middle Years students (Grades 5 to 8) information about the changes young adolescents experience, suggestions and resources to assist parents in helping their children be successful in the Middle Years, and other practical supports.

Critical/Courageous Conversations on Race: What your child is learning at school and how you can help

This parent resource provides guidance on having critical conversations at home to find ways to address racism.

Education for Sustainable Development

These brochures for parents describe themes in sustainable development outcomes at each grade level and help parents to talk about sustainable living with their children.

Additional Supports for Subject Areas

English Language Arts

Helping Your Child Learn to Read
This parent guide presents information about the reading process and describes strategies to assist parents in reading aloud and in shared reading at home.

Thinking Like a Reader Poster (pdf document 2.62 MB)
This poster illustrates the reading process through the eyes of a student


Numeracy Learning at Home Newsletters
Each newsletter offers a variety of interesting and challenging activities to support student thinking and learning of mathematics in Kindergarten to Grade 9.

Helping Your Child Learn Math: A Parent's Guide
This parent guide identifies important steps in developing numeracy skills and suggests activities that parents and children can engage in to help build a foundation for mathematics.

Progression of Learning Math Facts Chart
The Progression of Learning Math Facts Chart shows end-of-grade-level expectations for learning math facts.

Early Years Mathematics Activities and Games
Games and activities to use at home with Kindergarten to Grade 4 students.

Middle Years Mathematics Activities and Games
Games and activities to use at home with Grades 5 to 8 students.

Home Finance: Grade 12 Essential Mathematics
This support document for the Grade 12 Essential Mathematics course is designed to be a project that explores buying, renting, and maintaining a home.

Vehicle Finance: Grade 12 Essential Mathematics
This support document for the Grade 12 Essential Mathematics course is designed to be a project that explores all the issues involved in acquiring a vehicle.


Whatever the Weather...Be Ready! (Fall/Winter) (pdf document 968 KB)
Whatever the Weath...Be Ready! (Spring/Sumer) (pdf document 899 KB)
These resources contain information and activities aligned with the Grade 5 Science curriculum.

Life is a Gift: A Manitoba Grade 11 Biology Resource for Organ Donation and Transplantation
This resource provides an opportunity to examine in detail the issues surrounding organ donation and transplantation.

Health and Physics: A Grade 12 Manitoba Resource for Health and Radiation Physics
This resource follows the journey of a young woman who is diagnosed with cancer while having routine imaging done following a sport-related injury. It also contains a reference guide to a wide array of imaging technologies, diagnostic techniques, and cancer treatment options.

Social Studies

Diversity Education
This website provides resources related to diversity and equity education in the social studies curriculum. It encourages youth to get involved in social justice issues and to be the change that makes the difference in our communities.

Physical Education / Health Education

Moderate to Vigorous Physical Activity Fact Sheet (pdf document 403 KB)
This fact sheet outlines the intensity of physical activity required to gain significant health and fitness benefits.

Assessing Intensity of Physical Activity (pdf document 150 KB)
This guide will help students get the most out of their physical activity.