From the first day of our school closure, we have been developing our remote learning connections daily. Remote learning for young children can never replace being in a classroom setting where social development is the key to developing many other skills. However, when faced with no other option than to connect via a screen, we will always approach this new method of connecting with our children in the most sensitive way. Teaching remotely is all about interacting and connecting. Our remote learning first and foremost is establishing an ongoing connection between student, teacher, and their friends. We aim to provide a sense of normal rhythm, by providing activities and interactions that include all areas of development: physical, cognitive, social & emotional, and language and literacy. We also provide parents with the opportunity to connect and offer emotional support for them too. We use ClassDojo for our virtual classrooms. Children are able to post their completed activities or videos into their personal online portfolios. Teachers can post videos or activities and arrange for individual or class Zoom meetings. Our kindergarten children are also continuing with RazKids, and Splashlearn programming that is part of their regular school day. There are no expectations from the school. Life at home right now can be stressful and children may not always be in the mood to connect virtually. Our aim is to be there as a support for both parent and child, each and every day.