Tuscany School's Learning Commons brings teaching and learning together where inquiry, imagination, discovery, and creativity come alive. Learning is personalized, motivating, and engaging for students as they explore Learning Centers. Students work collaboratively to discover ideas in deep and meaningful ways.
Books are a great way to start conversations with your children. May 2 is “Hat on for Mental Health”. Below are some resources that can be signed out either from Tuscany’s Learning Commons or the Calgary Public Library.
||Mindful 1,2,3 is an interactive resource that aims at introducing a mindful practice and experience through the concepts of numbers, counting, and sequencing. Created with hand-painted watercolor design and meaningful prompts to engage caregivers and children of all kind.
||Mindful ABCs is an Alphabet book that not only highlights the letters but what they can mean. Using familiar images of animals (painted in watercolor), this publication aims to introduce a whole new world of words that can support your little one's emotional and intellectual growth. If you have ever wanted your child to know what it means to 'create' or what 'mindful' is - this book is for you. With simple definitions of these important words (along with beautiful design), your child can begin to connect to the world (and themselves) in a fun and significant way. Spark meaningful conversations, introduce concepts like 'gratitude' and feelings such as 'inspiration' in an easy and approachable way. Because J can be for jellyfish...and JOY.
- The Best Part of Me by Wendy Ewald
- It’s Okay to be Different by Todd Parr
- Don’t Laugh At Me by Steve Seskin, Allen Shamblin and Glin Dibley
- No Two Snowflakes by Sheree Fitch and Janet Wilson
- I’m Gonna Like Me by Jamie Lee Curtis and Laura Cornell
Scholastic Book Fair Fundraising
We would like to extend a huge thank you for supporting Tuscany School’s Scholastic Book Fair. We have been able to purchase 120 books for Tuscany School as a result. A special thanks goes to the parents and grandparents who volunteered their time to ensure everyone was helped during the sale. We could not have done it without you.
Volunteers in the Learning Commons
Please visit our Volunteer page to find out how you can help us in the learning commons.
Book Borrowing Rules
Students are free to sign out two books at a time for a duration of 2 weeks. If the 2 weeks proves to not be enough time with the book, students can renew for an additional 2 weeks.