How to survive e-learning in the 3 to 5 year old category

Updated: Sep 15

Many of us have probably been thrown Into the world of e-learning with little to no experience. For myself, going through a period of quarantine at home with the kids and doing e-learning has been a really interesting and somewhat challenging experience.


My 5-year-old has started kindergarten, while my now 4-year-old has pre-k sessions 2 times a week as well. After 9 weeks however of being thrown into the e-learning experience, especially with the younger kids, here is my advice on surviving e-learning with the 3 to 5-year-old age group.


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“Some of my tips for surviving the e-learning experience with the 3 to 5 year old age group!”

1. ORGANIZATION


Organization is required for e-learning, especially when the times are allotted by the school. This means that there are set times to log on or off, assignments due, meetings with other teachers, specials, etc. Organization sets the stage for great productivity, especially with younger kids.


Get tools that can help to make the organization easier for you. Post-it notes, for example, are ideal for jotting down reminders, lists of things to be done, tasks, etc. For Post-it Notes, get different colors so that you can personalize them to specific activities, for instance, blue for assignments due, red for teachers' meetings, etc.


Have a few stacks around as well so that you can have reminders readily available to get your day going. Planners also offer a great way to keep organized as busy moms.