What one family is doing to keep learning while schools are closed.

Canadian families are going through unprecedented times because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many parents are out of work, some are working from home, and others are going out every day as a part of the essential services workforce. All of them are balancing the multiple responsibilities of putting food on the table and providing care for children, seniors, and those who are sick, or in isolation.

kdj#StayAtHome is not a competition of the most work accomplished, new skills learned, or curriculum leapfrogs made by the children. Trying our best to emerge from this crisis with our family safe and healthy is a big enough goal.

While the doors of our home are closed, we are doing our best to keep windows of learning open. We want our kids to stay happy and mentally and physically engaged, while they possibly spend months away from school.

Here are five things we are doing to keep learning while schools are closed.

Read the complete article

In English: https://kidscodejeunesse.org/blog?b=2020-05-05-COVID-19-how-to-keep-learning-from-home

In French: https://kidscodejeunesse.org/fr/blogue?b=2020-05-05-COVID-19-comment-continuer-a-apprendre-chez-vous

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