Homeschooling During the Coronavirus Crisis Doesn't Have to Be Perfect: Navigating Education During a Pandemic by Kandice Cole
I've seen a lot of posts from frustrated friends of mine who are responsible for educating their children at home during the coronavirus pandemic. Here's a friendly reminder that your kids don't need to be "doing school" all day. With a smaller group of kids, it takes far less time for them to learn and do work compared to being in a larger classroom for the entire day.
Don't put pressure on yourself to be a perfect teacher. We are going through something unprecedented with this pandemic, so imperfection is expected. Your child might be behind when they start school next year. If that happens, you will figure it out and get through it.
Keep breathing and allow your child to be.
- Let them play.
- Let them watch TV.
- Let them cook.
- Let them sleep.
- Let them color.
- Let them wander around.
- Let them explore.
Allow the same for yourself, too.
One last thing. Remember that learning can happen all of the time, so allow for more creativity and flexibility as you and your child navigate schooling during this time.
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