With children who are twins or very close in age, you might also consider a combined application. For more on that option, read THIS.
- You do not have to use the Ministry's form to write the application - though it is recommended you use Section One of it.
- For the rest, it's often easier/better to write it in Word or similar. This gives you better control over formatting, avoids the tech meltdowns the Ministry form often has, and makes it easier to change out additional copies for the next child. You would then just attach this separate document along with Section One in an email to send to the Ministry (no need to insert it into their form at all)
- I have a guide to walk you through the application requirements and help you write your own, including a template you can use. See HERE
- Child's name (and pronouns where applicable)
- Special Learning Needs where applicable
- English and Math program if they are of different ages/stages in their learning
- Any other graded program content if not working at the same level
- Info about individual interests, special abilities, or perhaps weaknesses you are working on
- The Topic Plan - use a different topic for each child's application, even if you intend to do them all together