FEN Learning Introduces The Prepared Parent, a Daily Newsletter for Parents at Home With Kids, a Collaboration Between FamilyEducation and TeacherVision

BOSTON, April 12, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- FamilyEducation, a millennial parenting destination and one of the longest-standing parenting sites on the web, and TeacherVision, a monthly subscription resource that offers innovative and reputable resources and thought leadership for K-12 teachers, have partnered to create a daily newsletter and resources for parents and teachers. The Prepared Parent is a daily newsletter with everything you need to adapt and adjust to parenting and teaching at home during the coronavirus outbreak. Each day a team of experts will bring you a rundown of everything you need to teach the kids, stay sane, and maybe even thrive during this challenging time. "The Prepared Parent gives parents what they need during this unprecedented time to succeed in their new role as teacher-parents with the unique perspective and expertise of real teachers and educators," says Katie Galgano, Head of Content at FamilyEducation. "As your partner in parenting, our aim is to help take the guesswork out of homeschooling and provide you with enough resources to keep the kids learning and entertained, while also focusing on self-care and emotional needs.""Strong parent-teacher communication and collaboration is essential in supporting our students to learn and reach their academic potential," says Julie Mason, Head of Content at TeacherVision. "Parents and teachers are being asked to collaborate in new ways as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and school closures. Both parents and teachers are facing new and unprecedented challenges.TeacherVision and FamilyEducation brought our team of parenting and education experts together in order to gather the best resources for kids and parents to not just survive during this time, but thrive. The Prepared Parent is a daily email that supports parent-teacher collaboration and provides everything needed to continue our children's education." The Prepared Parent focuses on four main topics: Teach, Play, Cope, and Pause. Here's what you can expect to see each day:Teach: lesson plans, printable worksheets, sample schedules, activities, and tips from veteran teachers
Play: games, crafts, activities, printable fun, and advice from homeschooling parents
Cope: self-care and social-emotional learning resources, mindfulness tips, and strategies for managing stress and anxiety
Pause: sanity savers, content that isn't related to COVID-19, quizzes, bite-sized fun and entertaining tips and ideas
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