If you’re reading this, you’re likely one of the many parents who have turned to homeschooling lately. While children (and adults) are well accustomed to screen time for entertainment, getting a quality education and meeting benchmarks digitally can be a challenge.
While parents, students (and teachers) adjust to delivering educational material online, there are some things you can do to make the process smoother. That means not only helping kids navigate the homework itself, but also structuring their day for the most engagement. Here are some tips to help you while your children learn long-distance…
Create an Ideal Environment
If your child is trying to learn, then they should be given the same considerations that they (hopefully) have at school. “Kids achieve their best work in a quiet, comfortable and dedicated space devoted to learning,” explains Metro Parent.
That means moving their learning space away from where they’d normally watch television or play games, adds the source. Make sure they have a comfortable chair and table so they don’t end up causing them physical strain, and allow them to maintain correct posture.