![alt text](/filestore/BlogImage/623f6adc-c877-40a5-9b80-2817628a37d6/5e509dd1-b4b4-452a-803c-fa5712035892LbQ@Homeblogpic.png){: .center } Over the last few weeks, schools and teachers have stepped up to the challenge of keeping children learning remotely. Teachers have been incredibly resourceful in using LbQ: in the first two weeks of school closures, almost 5 Million answers have been marked with feedback! If you need any help with remote lesson planning, or help to support learning at home, LbQ has published our [usage guidelines](https://www.lbq.org/Blog/using-lbq-for-distance-learning/) for you. During these unusual times, we are adding a free additional resource for your school to share with parents – **LbQ@Home**. **LbQ@Home** provides a recommended weekly list of Question Sets that children can try at home: either alone or working along with their parents. Please be aware that **LbQ@Home** does _**not**_ include the following: - Automatic progression for learners: **LbQ@Home** does not move children automatically on to more challenging questions. - Teacher Matrix: There is no pupil usage or performance data recorded for the teacher to see. It is important to state that **LbQ@Home** is intended as a helpful addition, or as a possible homework tool. It is not a replacement for LbQ, or the teachers who use it.  **LbQ@Home** is now available at [https://www.lbq.org/home](https://www.lbq.org/home/)