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How to get kids excited with home-schooling

Learning at home could be the safer choice for kids.  The pandemic has affected not only the economy but also the education sector.  To limit the spread of COVID-19, many are heeding the advice of the World Health Organization (WHO). Besides,  practicing physical distancing on school grounds can be challenging especially for kids who enjoy play and the company of friends. 

Many educational institutions have resorted to online sessions to avoid learning interruptions. Whether you opted for blended-learning or full online homeschooling, here are some ideas to make learning as fun as going to school.  

Create a learning space

Nothing beats having a station to call your own. Find a spot in your home and convert it into a comfortable learning space. Tailor the look according to your kid’s personality. Make sure it’s well ventilated and lighted properly to create an environment conducive for creativity and learning.

Keep a schedule

An organized day will help keep your kids on track. Set a routine and stick to it.  Recreate your kid’s school schedule if you have too.  Make sure to add breaks, and virtual meet with friends to give homeschooling a positive experience.

Encourage physical activity

Learning still needs to be fun.  Make sure to squeeze in indoor playtime for your kids.   Allow them to play basketball, ride a bike or run. Playtime is also educational. It helps develop important skills.  Apart from this, kids need 30 minutes or more of physical activity every day.  Regular physical activity can help build strong bones.

Serve nutritious food

Make sure your kids are eating nutritious meals everyday to get the vitamins and minerals their body needs.  If you are going to serve snacks during breaktime, go for fruits or a healthier alternative to strengthen their immune response. 

For your own peace of mind, help boost your kid’s immune system.  Give them Nutri10Plus, a multivitamin composed of CGF, Taurine, Lysine, Zinc Plus Vitamins C, A, D, E and B-complex.  It helps promote overall immunity, maximize physical growth and enhance brain development. 

Nutri10Plus has the highest content of Lysine that helps boost a child’s appetite.  It also has added ascorbic acid for better nutrients absorption. 

Available in 120 ml & 250 ml for Php 200 & Php 345, respectively. Nutri10Plus Syrup is conveniently available in major drugstores nationwide, such as Mercury Drug, Watsons, South Star Drug and TGP. Nutri10Plus is also available in 30ml drops for children 2 years old and below.

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