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The transition to remote learning during this COVID-19 quarantine has been a huge adjustment and learning curve for students, teachers and parents alike. Starting Monday, April 6, New Jersey students in grades three through six will have free access to a little more traditional classroom learning with at-home learning. 

A variety of NJ teachers will be giving daily lessons on NJTV, New Jersey’s public access network. The lessons are designed to supplement the remote learning assignments and lessons they are already getting from their teachers in the form of packets or online learning. NJTV has partnered with the New Jersey Education Association and the New Jersey Department of Education to put out this new programming. 

Lessons will be airing on NJTV Learning Live each weekday. Third grade lessons start at 9 AM, fourth grade is at 10 am, fifth grade is at 11 am and sixth grade classes start at noon. The classes will focus on everything from core subjects like English, math, science and social studies, to special classes on art, music and physical education. 

Not sure where to find NJTV? Head to the network’s  Where to Watch page or  their website. If you miss the classes, you can log on to their website later where the shows will be archived and available to watch. 

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