Use an Online Home school Program.
Online homeschooling isn’t for everyone, but for some families it can be a lifesaver. If you want structure and accountability, but you don’t want to be the one who has to plan, review and grade every assignment, distance learning programs may be for you. The pros are that other teachers are available to work with your child; the downside is a lot of time spent in front of a screen (and the temptation to check social media instead of doing math). In addition to full-blown homeschooling programs, there are also many popular educational websites homeschoolers can use when they need their children to work on their own.