SLIDE SHOW: Chilliwack readers share their at-home classroom setups during COVID-19 pandemic

Submitted by Keri Harvey.
Submitted by Stephanie Gibson.
Submitted by Nicole Huband.
Submitted by Santos Fradejas Jehan.
Submitted by Kim Davies.
Submitted by Michelle Greenwood.
Submitted by Ashley Funk.
Submitted by Casie Jane.
“Math time.” Submitted by Leanna Kamp.
Submitted by Krystal Mckay.
Submitted by Tara Lanyon.
Submitted by Stephanie Elizabeth.
Submitted by Jessica May.
“Counting using snakes and ladders.” Submitted by Heidi Loeppky.
Ty Eddington, 10, in Grade 5 and Lincoln Eddington, 7, in Grade 2 Unsworth.
Ty Eddington, 10, in Grade 5 and Lincoln Eddington, 7, in Grade 2 Unsworth.

Living through a pandemic means closed schools and young people forced to hit the books at the dinner table, on the couch, even outside.

We asked readers to share photos of their kids in their homeschooling setup as thousands of parents throughout Chilliwack turned into at-home teachers over the past few weeks.

Check out the images in the gallery above.

RELATED: Association launches French-language games, online tools for families learning at home


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