Hi! I am currently an undergraduate ECE student at Xavier Univeristy. In one of my classes, we have recently discussed the importance of rotuines and rituals. Applying a rotuine (even if it is simply preparing for class) will help children learn practical skills!
Example: Before you log into Zoom, please have your pencil, your book, and your chair ready to go to focus on class. (You could even add an emotional check in of sorts to establish a virtual relationship!)
With this as well, practial skills (if you are focusing specifically on Montessori) could be taught as allocating time to make a snack and cleaning it up (this is more complicated due to parent cooperation) or completing a chore like making a bed.
Alongside promoting physical actions in an enviornemnt where the child is familiar to improve practical skills, I agree with the posts above about promoting interrogation. Asking questions, exploring why things do what they do, then explaining it by both words and actions will help the child understand concepts.