AKA "What Ms. Ross has to do so she can actually be productive at home."
Use an old fashioned post-it and create a to-do list for the day – consult assignment tools such as Edmodo, Teams, or Seesaw to develop a list.
Number the items on the list in order of priority (past due or due soon items first)
Decide what to complete in the morning vs. in the afternoon
Cross them out as you go and give yourself small rewards for accomplishing them – drawing time, read a chapter, play outside, watch a short episode of something
At the end of the day, start a post-it for next day with anything that wasn’t accomplished
Crumble the post-it for the day and throw it in the trash!
Create a stop time for your workday so your brain can decompress