You cannot imagine what some mothers go through teaching kids at home.
Most mothers have become assistant teachers.
For some, as the days of study approach, tension mounts and they are not finding it funny at all.
To get them to sit sometimes is hard.
At other times, you just help them as much as you can to ensure they meet up.
Some mothers practically do the work, just so they could rest.
Interestingly, e-learning has become the new normal ever since school closed in Nigeria as a result of COVID-19 pandemic.
To help parents out and give them a much-needed break, we’ve compiled a list of 5 YouTube channels that help parents teach their children and keep them occupied.
Another interesting cartoon series about a brother and sister duo named Bino and Fino who live with their family in Nigeria.
The channel reveals exciting adventures that help children discover and learn about Africa and the rest of the world.
The content is wide-ranging.
Also, it teaches them how important it is to eat healthy fruit.
The channel is an Ogun State Government’s initiative. Interestingly, it has contents that are appealing to both primary and secondary school students.
Really, it helps with teaching kids at home while parents could do other things.
It is the first of its kind in Nigeria to feature experienced educators from Ogun State sharing their knowledge on different subjects.
This edutainment channel reveals fun educational preschool learning videos from across the African continent.
Also, the channel is dedicated to toddlers during the Covid-19 pandemic.
It has over 260 000 subscribers.
Akili and Me also features videos geared toward helping toddlers get a grip on their emotions.
Owned by Tonye Faloughi-Ekezie, the channel was created out of her experience entertaining her own children – Ugo, a boy and Sim Sim, a girl.
Drawing on what she has learned from raising a special-needs child living with Down’s Syndrome, she shares content to help others on their journey.
As parents adapt and become teachers to children at home, these YouTube channels help by relieving some of the stresses associated with home learning.
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