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A new learning process for everyone as schools close during coronavirus crisis

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Many people can remember their first day at school, but after yesterday  when the schools closed down, the parents will remember the first day when their child's school came home  to them.

Many people can remember their first day at school, but after yesterday when the schools closed down, the parents will remember the first day when their child's school came home to them.

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Many people can remember their first day at school, but after yesterday when the schools closed down, the parents will remember the first day when their child's school came home to them.

Many people can remember their first day at school, but after yesterday when the schools closed down, the parents will remember the first day when their child's school came home to them.

They had not only to try to teach their children something, but they themselves had to learn what it is like to achieve the proper balance of work and play on their very own doorstep.

Many parents have to work from home, as well as look after their children. So there will be a learning process on both sides, and maybe the children can help their parents to find the child within themselves from so long ago.


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