The pandemic is a hard time for everyone, but especially for parents who have kids that are of school age. It can be difficult to keep up with all the requirements for the things you should be teaching them, especially when your kids are getting bored because they’re at home learning. Your child learns quite quickly that school is the environment for learning, and home maybe for a little bit of homework. But otherwise it’s for relaxation! That’s why you’ve got to come up with some creative ideas about how to teach kids right now, and that’s what we’re going to be looking at in this article. If you want to know more, keep reading down below.

 

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Teaching Your Kids In Different Ways During Coronavirus

Use Teachers Resources

First, there is a whole range of teachers resources online, meaning that you don’t have to spend time trying to create your own. Many teachers post their resources online for other teachers to use, but there is no reason that you can’t use them as well. As they have been designed by a professional, you know that they are going to be handy when it comes to helping your kids understand the task at hand. The resources will make your life a lot easier, and often they are fun and engaging for your kids too, which is everything that you need.

 

Turn It Into A Game

Another thing that you can try is turning the task into a game. Try and figure out how you can make the lesson into something fun like a game so that the kids learn while they are playing. This could be bingo for some subjects; it could be a variation of snakes and ladders or something completely different. It depends on what you’re teaching as to whether this is going to be possible, but it’s always worth a try! 

Kids typically respond well to things that they are able to do rather than just look at. For example, if you were to give them a sheet of paper with a list of facts on it and ask them to memorize it, it likely wouldn’t happen. But, if you turned these same facts into a fun game where they have to answer questions to progress, they are more likely to remember the information.

 

Use Media

Finally, you can use different types of media to engage your children. If you want to use audio files such as from YouTube, but don’t have internet at the time, look into converting the file from video to mp3 so that you’ve got it handy. Or, in some cases, movies can even be educational if they relate to a certain topic. If you can find a movie that teaches your children something they need to learn, this is going to be great. 

We hope that you have found this article helpful, and now have a better idea of some of the things that you could be doing to teach your kids at this time. Good luck, and we hope that they respond in a positive way to some of these techniques.

 

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