Resources

Resources for Teaching and Learning

These resources have been specifically designed for the Canadian Curriculum, and can be downloaded for free. You may view, print out, copy and modify this material for non-commercial educational purposes provided that you retain all acknowledgements associated with the material.

How to view our Prowise Presenter resources

ELECTROBOARD Education offers free resources for Prowise Presenter. To view and use these resources, first create a FREE account at Prowise.com. Once you have an account you are able to access any of our free resources below, just click on the image of the resource and it will automatically open in a new window. If you would like to make changes to any resource, and customize it to suit your class, just make the changes and save the file into your local ‘Private’ folder for easy access.

Early Learning & Elementary

The Very Hungry Caterpillar (Kindergarten)
The Very Hungry Caterpillar (Kindergarten) – This resource is a variety of activities based on the book by Eric Carle.
On The Farm (Preschool and Kindergarten) – This unit of study focuses on phonetics and literacy.
Repeating Patterns (Kindergarten/Gr. 1)
Repeating Patterns (Kindergarten/Gr. 1) – This resource introduces repeating patterns and sorting a set of objects based on a single attribute.
Number Sense to 20 (Grade 1) - This resource has been designed as a series of activities to help students develop a solid understanding of the numbers 1-20.
Number Sense to 20 (Grade 1) – This resource has been designed as a series of activities to help students develop a solid understanding of the numbers 1-20.
Basic Verb Tense (Grade 4) - In this activity students recognize and practice using past, present and future tense verbs.
Basic Verb Tense (Grade 4) – In this activity students recognize and practice using past, present and future tense verbs.
Angles (Grade 6) - This resource is designed to teach students about angles and how to measure angles.
Angles (Grade 6) – This resource is designed to teach students about angles and how to measure angles.

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