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Learn about the origin of Help Me Tell My Story, how it works, and how it can be used with your pre-kindergarten and kindergarten child.
Learn about Help Me Talk About Math and how it can be used with your Grade 1 child.
Four storybooks introduce Askî and his friends Tate, Kon and Nipi as they learn about Mother Earth and explore their world around the pond. Books are available in English, French, Cree, Dene and Michif.
Download Askî's Pond, a free iPad math game available from the App Store.
Learn how to access your child's results and read about the benefits of Askî's World projects.
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