COVID-19 Learning Activities Math Newsletter

COVID-19 LEARNING ACTIVITIES Who would think that I would ever be posting a COVID-19 Learning activities newsletter? However, here we are with schools closed and millions of kids home. Parents are stepping up to “homeschool” their children and are using home packets and online resources. For many this is unfamiliar territory and an added element … Continue reading “COVID-19 Learning Activities Math Newsletter”

COVID-19 Learning Resources

COVID-19 Learning Resources Who would think I would still be posting COVID-19 Learning resources 5 months later than my first COVID-19 post? But we are here, once again, with schools closed, delayed or virtual and millions of families impacted. Parents are stepping up to “homeschool” their children and are using home packets and online resources. … Continue reading “COVID-19 Learning Resources”

COVID-19 Social Studies Learning Newsletter

A COVID-19 Social Studies newsletter? Wasn’t even a thought 30 short day ago. However, here we are with schools closed and millions of kids home. Parents are stepping up to “homeschool” their children and are using home packets and online resources. For many this is unfamiliar territory and an added element to their already full … Continue reading “COVID-19 Social Studies Learning Newsletter”

COVID-19 Organizing Learning

COVID-19 learning is our new reality and it has created a new kind of teaching for everyone.  But for parents, who are now taking on this responsibility, the question of where do we start is major. COVID-19 Learning Tools Keep a log of learning – Learning can occur anywhere, so take a few minutes, to … Continue reading “COVID-19 Organizing Learning”

COVID-19 Is Making Educating Kids Tough

Education reforms have often been described as “building the airplane while it’s in the air”.  Yep, I’ve used the phrase, but it can’t be any more accurate that what we are going through right now.  Today, COVID-19 has us building fleets of airplanes to support millions of kids.   Some districts had created an infrastructure … Continue reading “COVID-19 Is Making Educating Kids Tough”

Virtual Field Trip Activities: COVID-19

Years ago, when school funding was tight and field trips were a luxury, our district started doing virtual field trips to different locations.  Going on a virtual field trip allowed us to explore destinations both near and far. Prior to our trip we received background information and during the fieldtrip the students had packets to … Continue reading “Virtual Field Trip Activities: COVID-19”

COVID-19 Virtual Museum Tours

With schools closed throughout the world many parents are searching for additional resources that are worthwhile for kids to explore.  One suggestion that I received from a blog follower is to explore the Virtual Museum resources of some of the most famous museums in the world. Your kids can spend countless hours exploring these worldwide … Continue reading “COVID-19 Virtual Museum Tours”

ThreeRingsConnections.org March Posts

Last year my 2019 Blog resolution was to be sure that I posted a newsletter on time each month. Resolution Success! This year I weighed whether to continue the blog or to spend the majority of my time with a larger writing project. After much deliberation and support from family and blog followers, I’ve decided … Continue reading “ThreeRingsConnections.org March Posts”

ThreeRingsConnections.org April Posts

Each day we spend with kids is an opportunity to teach a piece of ourselves. What a month! My 2019 Blog resolution was to be sure that I posted a newsletter on time each month. Today, living through a pandemic, my 2019 goal certainly seems trivial. It was so important to me to get my … Continue reading “ThreeRingsConnections.org April Posts”