Schoolwork for Micah and Sarai is a mix of scheduled, live classes called Class Connect sessions, and self-guided offline assignments they can do more at their own pace. Their parents also plan educational activities like nature hikes where they can discuss lessons outside of the house and classroom.
For example, a typical day may have Micah starting with a live science class led by his state-certified teacher and then having self-guided lessons for Language Arts and math later in the day. If he gets stuck, his mom or dad is there to help him as well as his sister as she goes through her work for the day.
A typical day for Sarai may start with spelling practice and then include live math and history classes later. She can ask the teacher questions in the live classes, via email, or during weekly office hours.
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