Below is an overview of the CP zoom classes from October to December 2020. 

Each week we will hold three or more of the above classes.

If you have signed up to attend some of these classes, you will receive an email every Friday, with the details of the following weeks classes, including optional supplies and the zoom invites. We will post the same information (minus the zoom invites) on this blog each Friday also.

Week beginning October 26

 

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Zac’s Play Day

Favourite books

This is one of my favourite books. It was written specifically for children with SMA but works for all children with disabilities.

It reminds us that the lives of children with disabilities are different to, but not less than, the lives of typical children. In fact, being different means approaching everyday difficulties with a fresh perspective and unique ‘smarts’.

Free rice

In October 2020, the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to The World Food Program.

Nobel Peace Prize 2020 awarded to World Food Programme | World News | Zee  News

 

Freerice

is a fun and educational trivia game that lets you make a difference and get smarter — just by playing. With dozens of categories — from English vocabulary to famous paintings — you can quiz yourself on your favourite subject, and support the World Food Programme at the same time.

As you play Freerice and answer questions correctly, you trigger a financial payment, equivalent to 10 grains of rice, to the World Food Programme (WFP) to support its work saving and changing lives around the world.

Play here!

 

Seeds – UPDATE (Oct 7, 2020)

These are seeds and seed pods that Darby, Yannick and I found in the garden at Canuck Place in September 2020.

We thanked each tree, bush and plant for sharing their seeds and pods with us ❤

UPDATE (Oct 7, 2020)

There is still lots of things I don’t know about these seeds, and I’m very curious, so I will be doing a lot of research over the next couple of weeks!

I did learn today though that not only can you eat the seed of a Fuschia, you can eat the flower too! What a pretty garnish it would make!❤

Keep a look out for seeds when you’re out and about and perhaps collect some to share in class one day! Or send me a photo of them! Don’t forget to thank the tree, shrub or plant!

Favourite books

I don’t know about you, but I just can’t get enough of books! I’m an avid reader myself, but one of my favourite things to do is read aloud to children! Both Bridie and I have many favourites we like to read to children staying at Canuck Place and we’d like to share some of them with you. So here is our first ‘favourite book’, this one from Bridie.