The world of education has always been a concern of the government during the Covid-19 pandemic. One of the proofs is by urging the public to carry out online learning to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus. This applies to institutions at all levels of education, including early childhood education. The implementation of online learning is considered not too effective in the learning process in early childhood, and blended learning began to be an alternative in early childhood learning during pandemics. Blended learning is a learning strategy that combines online and face-to-face learning. This article aims to reveal the learning model in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak with a blended learning model. Research methods using literature studies (Literature studies), data collection is done by looking for information through written documents, photographs, images, and electronic documents that support the study activities of several books, literature, and scientific papers related to research. Data analysis used is content analysis, then conducted assessment related to blended learning, so as to get data in the form of descriptive narratives about this research. The results showed that the blended learning model could be used as an alternative solution in implementing an effective early childhood learning model in the covid-19 pandemic. A blended learning model that carries the combination of two methods, namely offline/face to face methods and online methods. In evaluation activities, that can be done using two aspects of assessment, namely on aspects of skills (for evaluation in offline learning methods) and on aspects of knowledge (for evaluation on online learning methods). Both aspects of the assessment can be compiled and combined so as to get the final value in the early childhood learning assessment process.