What parents can do to help their child have a productive HBL day

A conducive environment is important to get the most out of home-based learning. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Not all parents are at home when their child is having home-based learning (HBL), but they can still plan and discuss strategies with their child ahead of HBL.

Educators and parents share ideas on how parents can help their child get the most out of HBL day.

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