WITH some schools shut due to the coronavirus pandemic, mums are desperate to find a way to continue educating their children effectively.
Luckily, one mum has come up with a genius and hilarious way to help educate kids in and out of the classroom during lockdown – while still ensuring the housework gets done.
The “study plan” has proven very popular with mums online and has been shared almost 10,000 times, with many parents eager to implement the new study routine.
Among the “lessons” included in the daily plan, the first class of the day is home economics which will teach the children “how to make me coffee”.
After the first lesson of the day, the children will participate in a mechanical engineering class from 10am which will see them “assemble and operate a shark hoover”, before they move onto bleaching the toilet which they’ll learn in a chemistry class each day.
After six one hour lessons, the clever mum instructs the children to attend “afterschool club” which sees the kids being allowed iPad time in their bedrooms while “being quiet” – allowing mum a much needed rest after a busy day of schooling.
The original post has been met with over a thousand comments from eager parents who are ready to adopt the new schooling plan.
While many parents simply tagged their spouse or friends to share the hilarious post, many used laughing emojis to reflect their feeling of amusement after being able to relate to the daunting feeling of home-schooling.
Many parents joined in on saying “school sorted for next week” and “lessons sorted”, and others expressed their gratitude for the mum providing a plan that could actually work.
On chuffed mum said: “oh my gosh, I had a regime for school structured weeks(which probably wont happen!) but this is fab! Thankyou my house may stay clean after all.”
And anther added: “that’s a good homeschooling plan – much easier to follow!”
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