Working at home and schooling at home — at the same time, in the same place —is challenging, to say the least. Just like you need to set a firm schedule for your work day, your children will do best in a “home classroom” that’s organized around a regular rhythm. When designing an environment that meets your family’s unique needs, be sure there’s time to learn, play, create, and explore — and don’t forget meals and snacks, too. Adobe offers a range of tools for adults and children that support creative learning from home.
If your children are used to going to school, then you can best engage them by creating a familiar school-like experience. If practical, use a “class timetable” that’s similar to the one they follow at school — and before you know it, they’ll settle in quite naturally. As part of the timetable, be sure to note the times and topics when you’re on as instructor — as well as the times you’ll take off your teacher hat and focus on work.