Homeschooling: What Tools For Drafting Learning?


Drafting Learning

Schoolchildren will once again take distance education drafting learning. Home education comes in various forms, including ENT (Digital Work Environment). Let’s see together what solutions are available to you for homeschooling.

Schools, colleges, and high schools, with an adapting program. In primary schools, colleges, and high schools, the lessons will be done remotely from April 5 for one week. Students will then be on vacation from April 12, for two weeks, with dates common to all areas A, B, or C. Indeed, Emmanuel Macron announced on March 31 the closure of three weeks of nurseries. After the Easter holidays, it is the little pupils of the elementary classes who will return to drafting learning school. Middle school and high school students will follow distance learning again, with a return in progress on May 3. To help you get organized with the children, here is a quick summary of the tools available for a distance of kids drawing

What educational resources to work

In the event of the exceptional closure of a school, not all children will have to connect to the internet drafting learning. Some will connect to the digital work environment (ENT), the CNED site, and others will have homework lists provided by their master or mistress. They will return with their school bags fully loaded with their textbooks.


The CNED provides educational science online free of charge. The courses offered cover four weeks, for the following levels:

  • For primary (from the large section of kindergarten to CM2), log on to the site
  • For college (from 6th to 3rd and SEGPA), log on to the website
  • For high school (2nd and 1st renovated – terminal L, ES, S, and bac pro), log on to the website

With the CNED, you and your child will have PDF lessons to download, as well as exercise videos to follow. Each student can access lessons at their own pace, return to a session. Drafting learning as many times as necessary, and return to where they left off. Note also that the CNED does not offer homework or copy corrections.

To benefit from the CNED’s online courses, you must first register on the site. Once registered, you will receive an email to confirm your registration. Please be patient when registering; receiving this email can sometimes take a little time, maybe a few hours. Also, remember to check your spam folder.

The digital work environment (ENT)

The digital workspace and a set of online tools to allow children to access digital resources remotely are no more and no less than an internet portal. It is also known as the “digital satchel.”

For children, they will find bulletins, notes, an online workspace, all the digital educational resources in storage space, messaging, forums, and many others. In short, a real little online class.

The terms of connection to each digital work environment are provided by each establishment individually.

Paper supports provided by the courses.

For classes not benefiting from an ENT portal, or families who do not have internet access, activity supports have been providing to students, with the list of exercises they will have to perform throughout the course. End of classes. If the class is finished with a paper medium, your children took their textbooks with them.

In any case, if you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the principal of the school. He will be able to listen to you and, if necessary, direct you towards the person most able to help you.

How to properly organize the school day at your child’s home?

Children love consistency, and during this exceptional time drafting learning. It can be a good idea to start by creating a small schedule for the day. More than an unshakeable dogma, this timetable is rather taken as a guide that gives the direction to follow.

  1. Allow children to get up a little later, but the wake-up time should be fixing.
  2. Homework is best taken in the morning, and kids tend to be more focused in the morning rather than in the afternoon.
  3. Consider taking a short break in the morning.
  4. The afternoon will rather be reserve for fun activities, board games, a little physical activity, reading, of course. In all cases, screens were avoiding as much as possible.

The school files of Hugo, the snail

Over time, Hugo the Snail has created many educational and fun resources for children drafting learning. Drawing as much as you want because everything is at your disposal for free. Share your favorite files with your friends and relatives. Also, remember to look at the side of “Hugo’s Diary,” which includes many articles, “One question – one answer.”