Parent Teaching Tips for Distance Learning

I’m sure when parents were ringing in the new year of 2020 around the world they didn’t think they would be learning a whole lot about what it would be like to teach their child/children at home.

Distance learning as been a steep learning curve for global educators, as well as for students and parents. Through our social media platforms we have been sharing parent teaching tips and we thought it would be helpful to place them in a central location.

So, when you are having one of those days and it all feels a bit too much, drop by and have a read over these tips, whether it be for reassurance or a handy tip.

Parent Teaching Tips for Distance Learning - Rainbow Sky Creations
Parent Teaching Tips for Distance Learning - Rainbow Sky Creations
If you can manage nothing else just READ and PLAY!
Parent Teaching Tips for Distance Learning - Rainbow Sky Creations
Read together, alone, talk and let your kids choose the content.
Parent Teaching Tips for Distance Learning - Rainbow Sky Creations
Parent Teaching Tips for Distance Learning - Rainbow Sky Creations
Parent Teaching Tips for Distance Learning - Rainbow Sky Creations
Parent Teaching Tips for Distance Learning - Rainbow Sky Creations
Parent Teaching Tips for Distance Learning - Rainbow Sky Creations
Parent Teaching Tips for Distance Learning - Rainbow Sky Creations
Parent Teaching Tips for Distance Learning - Rainbow Sky Creations
Parent Teaching Tips for Distance Learning - Rainbow Sky Creations

For however long you are in the situation where you’re helping teach your child through distance learning, use the time to reconnect with each other, be silly and have fun together finding the joy in learning.

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