RE: Isolation Game
With us it works this way.
We wake up between 7-8 am instead of 4 am.
The children start with the search for their homework. Each teacher dumps it somewhere else on the internet. The biggest part is filled with homework.
In between we do house chorus (yesterday the laundry, today the garden and dishes). We eat and prepare meals together and chat about... (homework, history, drawings, family, the Coronavirus theory..).
One child started walking with one dog daily (every day a new one).
I try to put a limit to the time spent to homework but it's hard. After homework is done they watch a bit television.
Our days go fast and are short. Children from 4 years old have to go to school with us so they have the same full days as the rest. You can teach yours a bit, let it play or keep itself busy for a while too. Start a new hobby. Tell a story together, make it up in turn say a line ir two, learn how to photograph (10 items starting with the same letter) etc. 💕