Although some schools across the country have started reopening, many parents like actress Tamera Mowry are unwilling to send their children back to school due to the ever-present threat of COVID-19. So, Tamera settled for the next best thing: remote learning.
Tamera Mowry has two kids with her husband Adam Housley: 7-year-old Aden John Tanner and 5-year-old Ariah Talea Housley. Mowry recently revealed to PEOPLE that her children will be at home learning virtually amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“They are not going back to the physical classroom but will be doing virtual learning. It’s going to be interesting, to say the least,” says Mowry. “Ariah will be starting kindergarten and Aden second grade. I want to make it fun for them. So wish me luck and all the other parents out there. I know it’ll be a challenge, but I love a challenge.”
While preparing for her kids’ virtual lessons, Tamera Mowry works “full time” and makes every effort “to make sure the kids are active and creative” as she waits out the COVID-19 pandemic under quarantine with her family. “It’s easy for the kids to get bored being stuck at home so I created a kids’ corner,” shared Mowry. “It’s a special spot in the house where we keep projects such as art, puzzles, games, and crafts. We rotate items so it stays interesting for them.”
Tamera Mowry made news in July when she announced her departure from The Real after seven years. As for what she is planning to do next, Mowry said: “The sky is the limit, I guess. I want to do so many things. I’ll definitely be back acting. I did a Christmas Hallmark film last year and [had] missed acting so much, so I can’t wait to do another one this year called Christmas Carnival,” she continued. “There are few opportunities in the works and I can’t wait to be able to share. I am very excited about what my future holds.”
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