What is project based learning?
It is taking an interest and allowing your child to explore it in a way that is appropriate for them. These are often the projects that they remember when they look back on their education as an adult.
We could do creative projects such as creating video content with them reviewing toys or a video game. They could do a cooking demonstration or teach a skill such as how to make a craft or play a sport. Since this will be like a show we will need someone to prepare a script, a director/editor and a presenter. This is a project your children could work on together.
For older students,we could do a culminating project based on a book we read together. This could be a great way to get your child together with a few of their friends during distance learning and work on a project. Socialization is so important for all of us right now.
Teachers are working harder than ever right now to ensure that critical content is taught, which leaves little time for creative projects. This could be a nice complement to the distance learning assignments your child is getting from school. Or it could be something you look into to keep your child engaged in learning during school breaks and summer vacation.
$50 per one hour session. Once or twice weekly should be sufficient for most projects. But if you want them to have direct support with the entire project we can take a look at that as well.