"I think one of the biggest challenges for children during the school closures will be a lack of routine," Claire Goodwin-Fee, a psychotherapy practitioner tells The Independent.
"Trying to mimic a classroom environment at home just isn't going to work, but setting out roughly what you plan to do each day will really help," she adds.
Here are some ideas for how you could plan your day. But remember each family is different, parents may be working from home, the age ranges of the children will be different, so find a routine which works best for your family.
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