Another tip is to remember that boredom is a necessary stimulant for creativity, and it is not your job to entertain your children all day just because they are home with you.
If kids tell you they are bored, say, “That stinks. I’m confident you can figure out something to do.” And go back to your own work.
Some of my friends are pulling their hair out trying to figure out how to keep their kids “occupied” all day and asking how I manage. I understand the need to provide some kind of structure and guidance for some of the day, but most homeschoolers are not driven crazy by their children because their kids know how to play or otherwise occupy themselves independently when they are done with school, even with screen time limits. Everyone else’s kids will figure out how to do this too if parents stop enabling them and filling up their days with endless “activities.”
Also you definitely should expect them to help more with all household chores, since everyone being home more makes more messes.