When we started this pandemic, most of us never considered that 9 months later we would still be keeping a safe distance from those outside our homes. Have no fear, I have created a list of activities and accommodations to make the togetherness of the holidays shine through even if we can’t physically be together.
We all know e-Learning is stressful for everyone in the house. Kids are overwhelmed with learning math and reading while simultaneously trying to navigate new technology. Parents are struggling to work while also managing online learning. Everyone is getting burnt out on being stuck at home.
At our house, the first subject, of the first day of distance learning, was math and like students everywhere, our student wasn’t doing algebra over the summer, so he was a bit rusty. As you start the school year, notice what subjects or things your student might need to brush up on. Don’t panic.