For people who are new to working from home or who are pushed into it by circumstances, the move can feel overwhelming. Veterans of working at home with children have learned strategies to aid in juggling everything under one roof. These tips can help make the process more manageable to people who are learning to work from home with kids.
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With millions of students around the United States moving to remote learning during the coronavirus outbreak, challenges abound. Families are suddenly all working and going to school in the same space, which presents space and noise conflicts. It also can be easy to lose focus and get little done. Transitioning to virtual classrooms can be made easier by following a few useful tips.
Are you under a coronavirus quarantine? Does your child just have a normal childhood illness? Is life with a toddler frustrating? Any way you slice it, being at home with people in the 2-4 year old range can be challenging. Here are some ideas to keep everyone busy and sane during this time.
Losing academic skills during the weeks or months that school may be closed because of coronavirus quarantine is a serious concern, especially for teens who have complex coursework to complete. While carrying on with school lessons may not be feasible, there are ways to keep your teens from brain drain - and limit their video game time - during the coronavirus quarantine.
What food your family should have on hand for an emergency depends on the tools you have. For the sake of argument, let’s assume that you have a manual can opener and serving utensils but no other items, such as a propane burner. Check out these items for cheap and easy hurricane—or other disaster—prep.