Is your home now a classroom? Home school is potentially rewarding, but it can be challenging at the bests of times, even if you had time to plan and prepare for it. For those of us who find ourselves with kids home due to school closures, and perhaps holding down a job at the same time, it's a whole new bewildering adventure.
We want the best for our kids, and we value education, but there are only so many hours in the day, and only so many episodes of shows on Netflix we can convince ourselves are legitimately educational.
Well some help is at hand, from the Mensa Foundation. Mensa Kids has collected together a curated list of free and low-cost educational resources to help keep them learning and engaged with education.
You'll find Lesson and Activity Plans, TED Connections, and even ways to explore academic principles using kids games you may already have in the house.
Take a look at www.mensaforkids.org today. What are you finding useful for your home-classroom? Let us know in the comments below, via the contact page or - for members - on the Facebook group.
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