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Schooling At Home Facebook Lives

Hi all, I’m going to be adding the video’s of my FB lives here. I’ll apologize here for the quality of the videos. FB live doesn’t record in the highest definition. In these video’s I’ll be sharing tips for parents to survive and thrive with their school age children who are home for the duration of this pandemic. I hope they are helpful. Stay safe!

 

Video 1

In this video I share some of my tips for transitioning from school to home learning.

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Video 2

This video covers some basics about writing at home with kids.

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Video 3

In this video I share a fun, no prep writing exercise for families to enjoy together.

Video 3

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Video 4

In this video I share some important tips to keep kids reading during these months at home.

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Video 5

More reading tips in this video. I explain why it is important to allow children to read books that are too easy during this moment in time.

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Video 6

In this video I share another fun writing exercise that doesn’t require any preparation and can be expanded to fill weeks worth of writing experiences.

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Video 7

In this video I offer parents some encouragement and perspective during this stressful time.

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