Georgia is offering help for parents of Pre-K students who are stuck at home

Georgia is offering help for parents of Pre-K students who are stuck at home

ATLANTA — Learning at home can be a little overwhelming for parents of even the youngest kids.

Channel 2 anchor Linda Stouffer found there is Pre-K help online during the coronavirus outbreak. The state is making it free for everyone.

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“It won’t be sitting down with a workbook, we want to provide hands on activities because that’s how kids learn best,” said Susan Adams who is deputy commissioner with the Department of Early Care and Learning.

Adams says the Pre-K home site is updated every day with new activities designed especially for four and five-year-olds. There are also virtual field trips to places like the Georgia Aquarium and more ideas to get little ones away from other screens.

The site also offers simple activities to learn about math and colors using things you might have in your house like cans in the pantry.