In June, Timmy travelled to Williams Lake where he met a new friend. Tyrel showed him the city and he got to do things he never even dreamed he’d be able to. To see his travelogue click here.
June 8, 2010
In May, Timmy and his new friends visited a middle school in Cranbrook. They were excited to get a sneak preview of the school they will attend in September. They’ve created this book to share their experience with others
We went for a walk
We walked to my new school
This is me in my new school.
This is the office at my new school.
I can play games at my new school.
I can color at my new school.
Timmy, this is my new teacher.
Look here are some fish at my new school.
I like my new school.
I like the drums at my new school.
I love the gym at my new school.
My new school has stairs.
I like the library at my new school.
I like my new school.
I can read books at my new school.
I can play at my new school.
Time to rest.
This was a busy day.
April 14, 2010
Last year, Timmy had a blast with the new friends he made at Arden Elementary. You'll be surprised when you see all the fun things he did.
March 18, 2010
Timmy invites you to play a game of Switch Curling. He's getting ready for the Paralympics and needs to practice!
The game is created by Scott McKay, our very talented SET - BC Consultant.
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Dec 15, 2009
Through the talents of Victoria animator Ken Leslie and his friends, Timmy Technology comes to life. SET-BC is pleased to host this animation of Timmy visiting a SET-BC student in a remote location. The 5-minute animation created with accessible materials includes a “beat-box” piece. The animation delivers the message from our ambassador, Timmy Technology, to our students around the province that “everyone has a gift inside.” Find more information about Dr. Ken Leslie and animation workshops.
He is hoping that you’ll invite him to visit. And don’t worry, Timmy will bus, train or fly anywhere in BC if you send him an invitation!
Timmy travels with a video/still camera, accessible books and ideas for fun activities and resources. He will travel by courier to your classroom and would love for you to show him the sites and take pictures of him visiting your favourite places. Timmy might even spend the night with you!
At school you can write stories and draw pictures about your fun time together. Your stories, drawings and photos can be published on the www.vvvoices.org website. Look below to see some of the fun places he’s visited.
You can find out when he is available by checking his social calendar.() To book your time with Timmy, check the calendar for available dates and email Timmy at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Daphne at 604-269-2233.
Timmy has spent the summer just kicking the sand and relaxing. Now he’s ready to get down to the business of being a Good Will Ambassador for Virtual Voices Village and SET-BC.
He’s asked the crew here to think of some fun things to do with you at your school and in your community. Look for monthly activities that you can print off or download and be sure to check out Timmy’s calendar to invite him to visit. He would really like to collect a stamp from your school, town or city for his passport.
Look below to see some of the fun things that Timmy did last year.
Timmy had a great time meeting many new friends at GM Weir. Everyone was so excited, they created terrific drawings comparing themselves to Timmy! Read more
Timmy went on his first school visit to Cougar Canyon elementary in Delta BC, where he visited Rebecca and friends, developed some midnight eating habits, did some reading, and rode a horse.