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Tips & Tricks: Tips for Temp Homeschoolers

With many schools being closed for a month or in some cases longer I thought it’d be a good idea to give y’all some ideas on what you can do. Don’t feel like you have to do school related things right away. Take a week off to reconnect with your kids and family. They maybe worried and scared already so let them relax and adjust to staying at home 24/7. Below you’ll find ages and ideas on what to do with them. Preschool: Let them be kids. I didn’t know anything when I started elementary. I learned it all while in school. Their are many few things online to help: Khan Academy, ABCMouse, a bunch of printables on Teachers Pay Teachers, etc.  Everyday life can be lessons without your kids knowing: baking, folding laundry, Madd Mattr (way better than Play Doh), etc. Play board games.  Playing in the yard.  Watching movies.  Read books.  Science experiments! There are a lot of cool experiments you can do with regular household items.  My daughter loves to help when we’re cooking