Introducing The Prepared Parent
You probably never thought you would be a teacher (especially for your own kids), but that’s the reality for many of us right now. This unprecedented epidemic has turned all of our lives upside down, and for the first time ever you may find yourself making lesson plans, looking for math worksheets, and wondering why your kids won’t do the homework. Oh, and you are also trying to work from home, shower (or at least dry shampoo), get dinner on the table, and maintain a normal schedule (we’ve got tips for that here).
That’s where we come in.
We have partnered with our sister site TeacherVision, a subscription website for teachers with lesson plans, worksheets, and everything teachers need to not just survive, but thrive in the classroom to bring you the Prepared Parent.
We have joined forces and combined our expertise to bring you everything you need to adapt and adjust to parenting and teaching at home.
Who is The Prepared Parent for?
The Prepared Parent is for caretakers who find themselves tasked with teaching their kids at home. It is for teachers who are eager to get helpful resources they can share with their students’ parents. It is also for teachers who need guidance and support as they transition to teaching online.
What can you expect?
Each week our team of experts will bring you a rundown of everything you need to teach the kids, stay sane, and maybe even thrive during this challenging time.
- Teach: lesson plans, printable worksheets, sample schedules, activities, and tips from veteran teachers
- Play: games, crafts, activities, printable fun, and advice from homeschooling parents
- Cope: self-care and social-emotional learning resources, mindfulness tips, and strategies for managing stress and anxiety
- Pause: sanity savers, content that isn’t related to COVID-19, quizzes, bite-sized fun and entertaining tips and ideas
How you can sign up?
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