Sucked in – kids learn to vac­uum

Stanthorpe Border Post - - NEWS -

ONE mother in the UK has come up with a ge­nius and hi­lar­i­ous way to help ed­u­cate kids in and out of the class­room dur­ing lock­down - while still en­sur­ing the house­work gets done.

The “study plan” has proven very pop­u­lar with moth­ers online and has been shared al­most 10,000 times, with many par­ents ea­ger to im­ple­ment the new study rou­tine.

Among the “lessons” in­cluded in the daily plan, the first class of the day is home eco­nomics which will teach the chil­dren “how to make me cof­fee”.

After the first les­son of the day, the chil­dren will par­tic­i­pate in a me­chan­i­cal engi­neer­ing class from 10am which will see them “as­sem­ble and op­er­ate a shark hoover”, be­fore they move on to bleach­ing the toi­let which they’ll learn in a chem­istry class each day.

After six one-hour lessons, the clever mum in­structs the chil­dren to at­tend “af­ter­school club” which sees the kids be­ing al­lowed iPad time in their bed­rooms while “be­ing quiet” - al­low­ing mum a much-needed rest after a busy day of school­ing.

The orig­i­nal post has been met with more than 1000 com­ments from ea­ger par­ents ready to adopt the new school­ing plan.

HOME ECO­NOMICS: One mother's 'study plan' has proven very pop­u­lar with par­ents online.

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