less school

no school on saturday sunday or monday adding one extra day to the weekends.

what would you do if you cant look after them at home?

  1. Childcare Services: This is often the most common solution. You can hire a babysitter, use a daycare center, or find a trusted family member or friend to look after your kids while you work.

  2. Work-from-Home: If your job allows it, you might be able to work from home. This way, you can keep an eye on your children while still getting your work done. Just remember to establish clear boundaries and communicate with your employer about your situation.

  3. Flexible Work Hours: If your job permits flexible hours, you can try to adjust your work schedule to align better with your children's needs. This could involve working early in the morning or later in the evening when your kids are asleep or coordinating schedules with your partner if possible.

  4. Cooperative Parenting: If you have a co-parent, you can work together to share responsibilities. One parent can work while the other takes care of the children, and then you can switch roles as needed.

  5. Family Support: If you have family members nearby, they can be a valuable resource for childcare. Grandparents, aunts, uncles, or cousins can help out when you're working.

  6. After-School Programs and Activities: Enroll your children in after-school programs, clubs, or extracurricular activities. These can keep them engaged and supervised when you're working.

  7. Online Educational Resources: If your children are old enough, you can use online educational resources to keep them occupied and learning. There are many educational websites and apps that offer interactive lessons and activities.

  8. Set a Routine: Establish a daily routine for your children. This can provide them with a sense of structure and predictability, making it easier for you to plan your work hours around their schedule.

  9. Hiring a Tutor: If your child needs academic support, consider hiring a tutor who can help with their schoolwork and provide supervision.

  10. Consider Local Support Groups: Some communities have support groups or organizations that can help parents find childcare solutions. Look for local resources that might be available to you.

  11. Emergency Backup Plans: Always have a backup plan for unexpected situations, such as when a babysitter cancels or your child is sick. Having a list of trusted backup options can be a lifesaver.

  12. Communicate with Your Employer: Discuss your situation with your employer to see if they can provide any accommodations or flexibility. Some companies offer benefits like on-site childcare facilities.

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