The 'Goldilocks effect': How to get things 'just right' for learning and reading in the home

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"Printed books are a better option for young readers". (JGI/Jamie Grill/ Getty Images)
"Printed books are a better option for young readers". (JGI/Jamie Grill/ Getty Images)

Due to the back-to-school delay, you may have been reintroduced to homeschooling your child, and with it comes the return of some major stress.

But according to Dorette Louw, education specialist and director of local non-profit Book Dash, there are ways of minimising stress and maximising learning. And it all starts with planning, structure and routine.

'Go big on planning'

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