Online schooling has become the new normal for many students, including pre-primary children, due to the ongoing pandemic. While online schooling can offer flexibility and convenience, it also comes with its own set of challenges, particularly for parents and caregivers who are trying to support their children's education from home. Here are some tips on how parents and caregivers can support their children's pre primary online schooling. Having a dedicated and quiet space for your child to study can help them focus and stay on task. This can be as simple as a corner of a room or a small desk. Having a set schedule for online classes and homework can help children feel more in control and less overwhelmed. This can include dedicated time for breaks and physical activities as well. Regular communication with the teacher can help you stay informed about your child's progress and any concerns they may have. It also helps the teacher to understand the child's needs and how to best support them. Encourage your child to actively participate in class by asking questions and participating in discussions. This helps them to stay engaged and focused during the class. Online schooling can be challenging, but with the right support, children can still achieve success. By creating a dedicated learning space, establishing a routine, communicating with the teacher, encouraging active participation, providing positive reinforcement, limiting distractions and being involved, parents and caregivers can support their children's pre-primary online schooling.