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Kids learning at home I Photo by Andrew Ebrahim
Kids learning at home I Photo by Andrew Ebrahim

Keep your kids busy with these free learning tools

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Are you running out of ideas on how to keep your kiddos occupied while they wait for classes to resume? Here are a few tools to your rescue to help keep your kids entertained while learning from home

Take advantage of Malvern College Pre-School Hong Kong (MCPS) free online class for ages three to five-year-olds. Get your kids to learn how to be a little scientist in this one-hour session in Zoom. Let your kids unleash that inner scientist. The workshop will also feature a hands-on online experiment that will be very engaging for your kids. The class will start on March 31, Tuesday, from 4pm-5pm. Visit the site for more information and to watch up for future schedules. Register on this link

Packed with games, videos, and learning programmes, the National Geographic Kids website may be your saving grace. Kids can learn stuff about the earth, animals, and even coronavirus. For older kids, Hong Kong Education City prepared a lot of online resources for local primary and secondary school students, so they can learn from home while waiting for class to start. Check the schedules of online learning modules via hkedcity.net

Now, this one if not for kids but parents. If you're in constant stress during this time, enrol at The Science of Happiness: How to Live Your Best Life workshop to gain techniques in focusing and navigate negative emotions, change your limiting mindset, and refocus your energy to positivity. The course is hosted by Laura Delizonna, PhD, a Stanford University instructor. The class usually starts at USD29, but creativelive.com is waiving some fees for their health and wellness classes to help people while coping with the pandemic. Join this class today for free. 

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