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Play is the highest form of research

- Albert Einstein
Learning how they learn

To ensure your student’s* success, you must have an action plan to eliminate any distractions that might be caused by their younger siblings during your student’s* online sessions.

We highly recommend that you also establish a routine for your younger ones. This routine should mirror your student’s* routine so that they can all have breaks together for play, lunch and snacks.

Please note, however, that your student’s* routine has one hour sessions. These sessions will be a stretch for your younger ones considering their capacity to keep at one thing for long periods of time. We advise that you chunk their school work in 20 - 30 minute blocks, with very short mini-breaks in between.

We have a handy collection of resources to help you create a school routine for your younger ones.

Please look at the links below. They will provide a variety of ideas that will certainly come in handy in the event that you need them.

Learning your children's learning style is very important

Figure out your child’s learning style

Do you know your child’s learning style? Take some time to figure out what captures your child the most. This way, you will be able to keep him/her busy during lessons. Switch the activities so that you may establish the type of activities that keep them busy and learning concurrently.
Exercises and play-learning resources to use for your younger children

Movement is good!

Learning through play and movement is always a good idea, especially when the movement is away from your student* during their online session. Visit this website for ideas and worksheets that incorporate movement.
Art resources for younger children


The Learning4Kids website describes itself as “a useful box where you can find lots of fun activities and play ideas to do with your children that will promote learning and development”
Resources for reading and numbers

Reading & Numbers

OxfordOwl has a free section on their website for parents. The activities and library can easily be navigated by age so you can find something for anyone at all ages.
Resources for learning shapes


Learning shapes is always important for young learners because it helps them to identify and organise visual information. This skill also lends itself in all other curriculum areas including reading, maths, science, etc.
More worksheets

More worksheets

Are you looking for more worksheets? This website has a huge collection of pre-school worksheets in different categories i.e. English, activities, mathematics and other areas of learning. Check it out!