Here are 50 simple outdoor activities for kids to get them outside without breaking the bank. We don’t need to entertain our kids 24/7 and outdoor activities for kids don’t have to be elaborate. Browse the list of fun things to do outside with your kids and have fun. Don’t see your favorite outside activity? Leave a comment and share what you love to do outside with your kids.




Parents and Guardians of LSK Students, 

On Friday June, 5th, students of LSK belongings will be available to be picked up at the front entrance of LSK, along with incentive cheques and summer readings books. These items will be available for pick up after from 12:00-4:00 PM on Friday, June 5th. 

There will be tables set up outside at the entrance of LSK for incentives and books. Books have been donated by Indigo and community fundraising and will help to improve student’s reading skills.. All belongings will be organized by grade and will also be found outside at the front entrance of the school. 

We appreciate your help in keeping both our staff and community members safe as we work together to distribute students items. To ensure we follow the standards established by the Nova Scotia Medical Officer of Health and to maintain the safety of all, we are asking for you to follow these protocols:

  • You are to maintain social distancing requirements of 2 meters (6 Feet) at all times when picking up your child/ren items. 
  • We ask that you wash your hands with soap and water before coming to the school. 
  • Touch only what you must. 
  • Designate one member from each family to pick up items. Do not take additional family members with you.
  • With permission, you can pick up belongings for your bubble family members. Staff will be recording who has picked up each student’s belongings. 
  • The playground is not to be used. 
  • Do not come to the school if you have any COVID-19 symptoms.

To ensure the health of your family and our community members, we need everyone coming to the school to follow all public health protocols. Please help us to take action to prevent spreading the virus.

We are looking forward to seeing you, If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact me.

Kelly Oliver
L’nu Sipuk Kina’muokuom Principal

Welcome to the Warrior Kids Podcast!

We are so happy that you are joining us!! We are an interactive podcast that is a celebration of everything Indigenous! We want to share Indigenous cultures and values so that kids can learn about what it means to be strong, healthy and compassionate warriors for themselves, their families, communities and Nations.

Rhyming songs for kids - Jack Hartmann

Learning to HEAR when words rhyme is an important phonological processing skill in learning to read and spell. These videos are silly but fun and teach the concept well. Great for beginning readers!


"Just a note that social skills don't always have to be practiced indoors with a workbook. There are many other ways to get kids working on social skills.

One tip I'd give is to be purposeful about teaching and practicing social skills. For example, if you are gardening to work on patience and empathy, talk about it! Talk about how gardening can be a slow activity. You have to take care of plants, give them what they need, and wait to see them grow. Talk about how good it feels to take care of something else and how wonderful it can be when you start to see those seeds sprout!

Which of these activities is your favorite?"

Nurture and Thrive - Parenting and Child Development

As educators, we’re expected to be a lot of things to a lot of people. We’re teachers, coaches, caretakers, custodians, and so much more. To our students, we don’t just tell them what they need to learn, we show them in the way we, ourselves, behave.

In the middle of a chaotic classroom or other stressful situation, it can be hard to find the kind of mindfulness and positive language we hope to model. Here are a few ways we can do that with just some small adjustments to our words.

Yet another tournament-tagged recapture!! 

Our team had the pleasure of participating in the L'nu Sipuk Kina'muokuom School (LSK) school tournament in 2019 for the first time, this awesome tournament teaches youth how to fish, proper handling etiquette, and of course our research with tagging demonstrations! On 8 May 2019 - the day of the tournament we tagged 26 bass caught by youth and BASS1997 has been recaptured!

BASS1997 was caught on a circle hook with bloodworm and was 50cm total length upon being tagged by our team member Rachel Pomerleau. 

On 9 May 2020 angler Jerry Maloney recaptured it on the Stewiacke River at 20" (50.8 cm) - the first time it has been recaptured since it was tagged

Thank you LSK and Jerry!

Great Ideas and Activities for Kids development! 
Welcome to The Inspired Treehouse! Below, you’ll find links to all of our favorite activities and ideas for promoting healthy motor, sensory, and cognitive development in kids! These activities for kids were created and tested by pediatric therapists – so they’re tried and true!

A useful index of all activities for kids from The Inspired Treehouse, organized by theme.

The NIB Trust Fund is accepting applications from First Nation and Metis individuals to support education programs aimed at healing, reconciliation and knowledge building.

Applications are currently available online at

Deadline is June 5, 2020 at 5:00pm EDT.

11 plants that you can always regrow from kitchen scraps. Beet, celery, lettuce, green onion, and some other are given here. They are all popular vegetables and herbs, so surely help with your cooking. If you are finding a meaning project that the whole family can join in.



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