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Ugh, PE and distance learning are the pits. However, It was so awful it encouraged me to finally just do the homeschool route. Well, sort of, I enrolled in a public online academy. They sent books, yes actual books, laptop and printer, with school work I can guide them through around my WFH life. Distance learning program had actually asked my daughter to do four 5 minute videos and film herself doing them. That is just too wild. So she needed two devices to make that happen?? We are now doing daily activities like playing at park when its sunny, dancing, yoga, even riding bikes and it counts. Still lots of work on my part as the parent. SOOOO much work, but I can actually make it work around the demands of life.

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