Remote Learning from Home

Is your home office doubling as a homeschool this fall? Here are some tips to help manage learning from home.

August 10, 2020
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1) Create a designated space for learning. What may have worked in the spring, might not be appropriate for distance learning this fall. If you have the space, add a small desk or table to your child's room or to a room that's separate from your own work from home space. This will also help limit distractions. We offer lots of options for desks and chairs that can ship directly to your home.

2) Prep the space! Make sure you have all of the tools your child needs so they're not asking you for things while you're working. Pencils, pens, rulers, glue, paper, scissors....CHECK! And don't forget a great task light to help them look fresh faced on their class zoom calls.

3) Be creative. Ask your child to help decorate the space with stickers, throw pillows, posters and maybe even a fresh coat of paint. Use a small dry erase board to create checklists for daily tasks and give them a space to draw.

4) Let us help! Whether it's simple desk accessories or ergonomic task seating, we can help.