Attention: UNF Camp Sokil and the UNF Strila Program have been postponed until further notice. Day and Overnight access to the campgrounds at Hawkestone remains closed.
With the disruption in our children’s schooling this year, many parents are struggling to arrange proper lessons to continue their child’s education. We have developed a system organized by subject and grade that is in line with the Ontario Curriculum.
We at UNF Kids hold children’s education as a top priority, indeed it is our only purpose. UNF Kids mission is focused on helping you explore your Ukrainian Canadian background as well as understanding yourself in a global context. Below is a collection of resources that will not only entertain you, but inspire you to learn more about yourself, the world and your role in its future.
Anastasia Baczynskyj, Director of Children’s Programs at Toronto branch holds an M.A. from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (University of Toronto) and has been responsible for children’s programs at the Branch since 2016. She is proud to be of service to over 200 children each year at one of our four branch programs.
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Downloads / Завантаження
Daily Standard Schedule
Week 1 – March 23-27
Week 02 – March 30 – April 03
Week 4 – April 06-09
Teacher’s Guide to
Episode 1 & 2
Episode 1 Powerpoint
Episode 2 Powerpoint
Interactive Classes / Інтерактивні заняття
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Since 1956 Toronto Branch had been dedicated to providing children a safe community in which to play, learn and grow. In 2016, the Branch renewed its commitment to programming excellence. UNF Children’s Programs re-focused on teaching children the principles of leadership and developing life skills that would serve them well in life.