Your Homeschooling ABC | Kidadl

FOR ALL AGES

Your Homeschooling ABC

Arts & Crafts
Learn more
Reading & Writing
Learn more
Math & Logic
Learn more
Sports & Active
Learn more
Music & Dance
Learn more
Social & Community
Learn more
Mindful & Reflective
Learn more
Outdoor & Nature
Learn more
Read these Tokyo facts to learn all about the Japanese capital.

Homeschooling can be tough. You have to oversee your children’s learning AND get your own work done. Meanwhile, the house work is piling up. Perhaps this little rhyme will help you get through the daily challenge. 


A is awake; another “school” day,
B is for breakfast, but not to delay 

C is for classroom (wherever you’re able)
D is for desk (the dining room table)

E is for exercise, dance round the house
F is for flexing your time with your spouse

G is for gasping, “that’s not how I learned it!”
H is for having a break; boy you’ve earned it!

I is for inside, you miss the outdoors,
J is for juggling: school, job and chores

K is for kitchen, the teetering piles,
L is for laptop, “but don’t touch my files!”

M is for managing daily dramatics,
N is for numbers, equations, quadratics!

O is for online, for FaceTime and Zoom,
P is pyjamas, not in the classroom!

Q is for questions, you don’t have the answers,
R is rewatching those internet dancers

S is the school run, the one thing not missed,
T is for tasks, did you get through the list?

U’s for uploading their work to the school,
V is vexatious, “This ruddy e-tool!”

W’s for words, and your rooms full of phonics,
X is for exit; hello gin and tonics!

Y is for YOU time, a break from the drain,
And Z is for Zzzz till it all starts again

See also

An expert’s guide to homeschooling for beginners

A teacher’s guide to relaxed homeschooling (yes, really)

The best TV shows to support homeschooling

How to balance your job with your new role as a homeschool teacher

Author
Written By
Matt Brown

Although originally from the Midlands, and trained as a biochemist, Matt has somehow found himself writing about London for a living. He's a former editor and long-time contributor to Londonist.com and has written several books about the capital. He's also the father of two preschoolers.

Read The Disclaimer

Was this article helpful?

DMCA.com Protection Status