We have all been thrust into a totally unexpected new normal, and for many of us, that now involves school-aged children at home with us 24/7. While many of our schools are sending out work and assignments, some of us are looking for things to do with kids who have not yet received assignments or who are on spring break already. In addition, some of us have to be able to work remotely while our children are hanging off of our arms or we need to be able to entertain them while we get said work done.
At our house, I have been taking it easy. Things like brushing our teeth are non-negotiable, but hands-on learning time varies depending on how we are feeling from day to day.
Here, I’m sharing a list of all the resources I come across. I’ll continue to update this as often as I can!
I'll also be sharing my plans for the day over on Instagram, in case you need ideas or would like to follow along. I mentioned in the Nicklaus post that when I was teaching I was very much an in-the-moment teacher and often times I didn't cover what was in my lesson plans every single day, but I think if I go day by day, we will be okay! You can find all my updates here: https://www.instagram.com/s/aGlnaGxpZ2h0OjE3ODYwNzQzMzYxNzYzNjk1?igshid=d1h2kedjcfcw&story_media_id=2265379181940435116
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