Mr.Mudgal Muses on the tips shared by Commonsense Media to help educators and families to keep the children engaged in learning during the stay at home periods.

Here is the mail and relevant links for the recommended resources:

Dear Common Sense community,

Amid the COVID-19 anxiety, school shutdowns, work-from-home directives, and more, we at Common Sense have resources to help families and schools navigate this unpredictable time. As a parent and a teacher myself, I know it can feel overwhelming for families and teachers to adjust their plans on the fly.

Helping our communities choose media and tech that can keep kids engaged, entertained, and learning is core to our organizational mission. Whether you have kids at home or you need to develop plans to help kids learn outside the classroom, we think you’ll find something useful below.

Media recommendations for entertainment
Hand-picked, age-appropriate media suggestions to keep the whole family engaged.

Best Music Apps for kids:

New Kids’ TV Shows

50 Books All Kids Should Read Before They’re 12:

Best Family Movies:

Common Sense Selections highlighting the best movies and TV shows:

Sibling Watch-Together TV:

Best Documentaries for Kids and Families:

Resources for at-home learning
Tools to help parents and caregivers keep kids focused and learning at home.

17 Apps to Help Kids Stay Focused:

Apps That Act Like Math and Science Tutors for Homework Help:

Free Educational Apps, Games, and Websites:

Top Time-Management Apps:

Stress-management resources:
When everything feels overwhelming, check out tips for taking in rapidly changing news.

De-stress together with meditation apps for kids and families:

Apps, websites, and video games that inspire running, jumping, and more to stay active:

Don’t forget to enjoy a device-free dinner or two:

Take care.

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