On Your Side Learning
Parents are looking for extra tools to help their children learn while they are being home schooled. While things have changed because of the Coronavirus, a child’s education will continue.
To help support our local students, schools and parents, we have come up with an added online learning tool with “On Your Side Learning.”
Monday through Friday at 3:00pm, we will post a new educational style video.
From reading a book, to a workout video, arts and crafts, and anything else we can come up with.
This is an extra tool for you to help your students keep learning.
(NOTE: If you are viewing this on the WIBW App, you will need to open this page in a browser to view the videos.)
ON YOUR SIDE LEARNING: Weather Alerts
ON YOUR SIDE LEARNING: This one is not only for the kids, but also adults. Do you know how to get weather alerts? Peyton Sanders tells you why it’s important to get weather alerts and where you can get them as we head into severe weather season.Posted by WIBW on Wednesday, May 13, 2020
ON YOUR SIDE LEARNING: Kids corner in the WIBW Garden
ON YOUR SIDE LEARNING: Kids corner in the WIBW Garden. WIBW Eric Ives shows you how you can start your own little garden.Posted by WIBW on Thursday, April 23, 2020
ON YOUR SIDE LEARNING: "Scooter and the Jet Plane"
ON YOUR SIDE LEARNING: Today, Shawn Wheat is reading "Scooter and the Jet Plane" from local author, Mary Ann Wittman.Posted by WIBW on Monday, April 6, 2020
ON YOUR SIDE LEARNING: Today, WIBW Danielle Martin has a workout video for those kiddos who are stuck at home.Posted by WIBW on Tuesday, March 31, 2020
ON YOUR SIDE LEARNING: Today we start a new daily series with continuing education for students! We will post a new video at 3p Monday through Friday with different lessons from reading to science and even a fun project now and again. We will also post all the videos on our website! Today we start with reading, with WIBW Shawn Wheat, from the book "Excuse Me Waiter but There's a Flyswater in my Soup" written by Fritz Fritzgerald.Posted by WIBW on Monday, March 30, 2020