WATCH: How to make homeschooling fun, engaging and successful (in English, isiXhosa and isiZulu)

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Parents are navigating homeschooling with their children during lockdown. (MoMo Productions/Getty Images)
Parents are navigating homeschooling with their children during lockdown. (MoMo Productions/Getty Images)

Edufundi is a South African NGO that aims to make meaningful long-term impact on learning, offering in-classroom mentorship and support to teachers and school leaders. 

Given that many parents are choosing to homeschool their kids during these trying times, the NGO is also placing a focus on assisting SA's parents in navigating the challenges of homeschooling. 

To make homeschooling more fun, engaging and successful, Edufundi has launched a four-part homeschooling series called #EdufundiAtHome giving parents and caregivers easy to use tips. 

The series and tips are based on the programme and book Teach Like a Champion written by Doug Lemov. Each video has been created in English, isiXhosa and isiZulu.  

Check out Edufundi's videos below if you'd like to know more about successfully homeschooling your kids. 

Getting started 

Part 1 

Part 1 (isiXhosa) 

Part 1 (isiZulu) 

The secret to learning 

Part 2 

Part 2 (isiXhosa) 

Part 2 (isiZulu) 

Setting goals 

Part 3 

Part 3 (isiXhosa) 



Part 3 (isiZulu) 

Planning lessons 

Part 4

Part 4 (isiXhosa) 

Part 4 (isiZulu) 

Visit the Edufundi website for additional free resources: Edufundi.org.za.

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