How to Support Your Child’s Learning at Home

How to Support Your Child’s Learning at Home

Learning and education is a continuous process and does not always depend on schools and educational institutions. Children can learn even at home. In fact, the first source of knowledge remains home for everyone. As the world is going through a crisis period, and the nation has closed down for 21 days, everyone is staying at home these days. Since all the schools are closed nation-wide, children are also at home. Parents can actively take advantage of this time to make their kids learn more and bridge their areas of weakness, if any, at home. So today, we, at the K.R. Mangalam World School, recognized among the Best CBSESchools in South Delhi, have brought forth for you a few tips on how you can continue a general learning process for your kids while paying specific attention on their areas of weaknesses.

Read to your kids

When you have some time to rest, read a book to your child. Especially before going to bed at night, make sure that you read at least one story to your kid every day.  It would be great if you can read out the inspirational stories or those that improve the moral value of the kids. Even though your children are staying back at home under this lockdown situation, you can keep them roped in with the learning process through the tales and folklores that help in character building.

Include learning in chores

While checking the calendar, or arranging the grocery and vegetables, involve your kids in counting, calculating, etc. Through these simple activities, their mathematical skills will be honedeffectively and effortlessly, and they will also not forget what they have learned so far.

Keep children away from the TV screen

More often than not, children get bored with staying home for long and start watching TV throughout the day to stay occupied. However, watching TV for the whole day can harm their eyesight as well as their brain functioning. To keep your child active and agile, make sure that you are not allowing your kids to watch TV all day long. Instead, limit their hours of TV watching and encourage them to read storybooks or any other information-rich books during their spare time.

Teach social values

The best part about this lockdown situation is that the entire family is staying together and spending some quality time. In today’s world, when everyone is busy managing their packed schedules, this lockdown has offered a golden opportunity to revise the family bonds. This could be the best time for you to teach your kids the family values and importance of the relationships we remain surrounded with.

By allowing your children to participate in the errands of the household, you can easily make them realize the importance of teamwork in every sphere. Also, the children would feel vital as they would be able to contribute to the daily chores actively.

Involve the kids in project works

If you wish to keep your kids engaged in some real-time education, give them a topic and ask them to develop a project on the same. Allow them to browse through the internet to procure as much information as possible. This way, they will be able to learn about a specific topic and also remain engaged in preparing a project based on the information. You can surely help them through the process but never do it on their behalf. Allow them to explore their creative side as much as they can. This way, you can easily convert the learning time into fun time for them.

Time is the most valuable thing. Do not let the time go by and make full use of it by keeping your kids engaged in learning every day at home during this social isolation period. We, at KRMS, ranked among the leading CBSE schools in South Delhi, have already started off conducting online sessions for our pupils which they can easily avail sitting at their homes. The KRMS team is trying its best to keep the sessions captivating as well as informative to keep the kids engaged and well-informed. Apart from this, we request the parents to keep the kids roped in with the process of learning so that they do not feel lost when the session resumes after the lockdown.

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