This year, the pandemic shutdown found many Canadian parents scrambling to innovate their daily routine, in many cases managing work, parenting, at-home learning, errands and housekeeping, and more, all within the confines of their homes.
Raina Reddecliff is a B.C. parent, writer, and coach based in Kelowna, British Columbia who found herself looking for new ways to keep her daughter engaged and learning at home. We partnered with Raina to explore our Education for Innovation resources with her daughter, showcasing how valuable they can be for parents across the country in these new circumstances. Together, they learned what innovation means through hands-on activities and great Canadian innovations like peanut butter!
Raina shared her and her daughter Vienna’s experience using the resources on Instagram, encouraging her followers to check them out as well. Her engaged audience of Canadian parents were thrilled to learn about E4I – check out a selection of their comments below!
You can explore our Education for Innovation resources too! Download the free, bilingual, and interactive resources and get your learners excited about the incredible Canadian innovations that have changed the world!
Learning at home has been a big shift for our kids (& us parents, too!) We love having resources to support us in making learning interesting! @canadianinnovationspace provides free educational content that keeps kids engaged and encourages them to get curious & think like an innovator! ????⠀ This week Vienna learned what innovation means through hands-on exploring with some great Canadian innovations ???????? Spoiler alert: our favourite might be peanut butter! You can download the free, bilingual, K-12, digital Education for Innovation resources (including activities, lessons, & more) ! ????????⠀