Many parents and students are reporting feeling overwhelmed with the new learning model in Bladen County. Bladen County Schools announced the district would be transitioning to a new model for instructional delivery starting today, Thursday, March 19. The new model is at-home learning.
The following are resources to help prevent stress and cultivate innovative at-home learning during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Creating a daily schedule that includes lots of different activities throughout the day in a predictable way, children is helpful, according to professionals. We found an example of a daily schedule. It is published below.
Parents and students with math problems on their hands may feel overwhelmed. Weareteachers.com suggest, 16 card games to turn students into “Math Aces,” click here to read the article.
Hiptosave.com offers an article reporting free online learning programs for students in grades K-9. The site states, “For a limited time, head on over to Scholastic.com to access the FREE Learn at Home hub – a virtual education program that was designed to support children during these temporary school closures due to Coronavirus concerns.”
Pobble has released a flyer of 25 fun activities for students to do at home. The suggestions offer alternative ideas for things to do without a screen. View the ideas below.
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