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    Virtual learning classes

    I am from Toronto. The school of my son is shut down for an extended period due to lockdown. He is a slow learner and makes a lot of spelling mistakes in writing. That is making him scoring less in his exams. Now as it is quarantine time, I am trying to teach him more time. But he is showing less interest. So when I searched online about lockdown time learning for kids, I came to know about virtual learning centers helping children to brush up their reading and writing skills using effective strategies. I think it will be useful. Had anyone tried it? Was it helpful for your kids? Please share your opinions on this

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    Domestic and virtual learning classes are arranged for the happiness for the students. The worth of the virtual class and is invoked for the fundamentals for the turns. Students are satisfied with the virtual lecture ND content for the preparation for exams.


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