How children can setup their learning spaces within a home.
Photos and images of parents, educators, and children engaged in a variety of remote learning activities. Use these as inspiration for ways to keep your children engaged.
Try taking art outside and painting with grandchildren!
Home learning is both an opportunity and a challenge.
Compile a list of what everyone in the family is grateful for.
Try using a blank wall to paint a mural in your home.
Life imitates art with the fun and educational #GettyChallenge.
Have your kids come up with their own boredom-busting ideas!
Write down family activity ideas for when things return to normal.
This is a great opportunity for siblings to learn together.
Use Play-doh to make characters from a beloved book.
"Boredom" can help set a child's innate creativity free!
Here is an example of how one family tracks their daily goals.
The world outside can still provide fun learning opportunities.
Enjoy outdoor building time and physical activity.
This home learning space is for an elementary school child.
Headsets help reduce background noise and improve focus.
Have fun with words and turn spelling into a physical game.
Learn an offline programming language with LEGOs.
Make someone's day by taking art outside with sidewalk chalk.
A child's "home office" should work for the entire family.
Remote learning provides time for children to develop their passions.
A driveway becomes a number board. Skip counting anyone?
For the athletic student, staying active is important.
Turn precious memories into keepsakes with watercolor paints.
Online math is more effective with a calculator, paper, and pencil.
Take in the scenery while perfecting photography skills.
Stay on top of up current events by reading the paper.
Passion projects allow children to engage more deeply with learning.
Outside learning in a comfortable setting without need of a device.
Coding experiences come in all shapes and sizes.
Have fun with remote learning by setting up a tent indoors.
Children helping out with dinner prep build new skills.
Mobile TV trays become instant learning spaces when needed.
A rock garden is something that all neighbors can enjoy!
This outdoor googly-eyed rock activity adds color to your garden.
Learning math with sweet treats is a perfect snack time activity!
Video conferencing facilitates 1:1 check-ins with classroom teachers.
Children need dedicated spaces to complete online assignments.
These sisters combined math and art to create an outdoor art mural.
When doing a lot of computer work, be sure to use a mouse.
Workspaces can combine interests to become unique reading spots.
Try sewing headbands and masks for local healthcare heroes.
Turn a Honey Do for Dad into a learning activity with your child.
Channel your inner scientist by building with STEM materials.
Parents and children bond when connecting with grandparents.
Create time to reflect on classroom discussion assignments.
Briefly bring the outdoors inside to enjoy nature's wonder.
Make creative meals while learning about the art of cooking.
Create a LEGO maze:, include a minimum of three right angles!
This activity teaches height, acceleration, and distance.
Be sure to check classroom assignments and submit work.
Old toys let your child experience new learning.
Glitter slime is a fun, hands-on science experiment.
A learning space should allow you to monitor your child's work.
Stay connected with distant family members with virtual storytime.
Learning together builds stronger family relations.
Let kids be in charge of your next outdoor scavenger hunt.
It's amazing the types of creative stories children can create.
Creating digital stories together is a fun way to bring siblings closer.
Sorting home objects builds math skills in younger learners.