Single parenthood equates persistent responsibility and fervor. The holistic phases of child management direct efficient guidance and careful time handling. Hence, this study explored the child-rearing practices of single mothers during the Covid-19 pandemic along with caretaking, connectedness, control and child behavior management and examined their encountered problems and identified their profile variables in terms of their age, monthly family income, highest educational attainment, religion and number of children. Participants were 73 single mothers of Villasis, Pangasinan. Results showed that majority of the single mothers in Villasis, Pangasinan are 18-34 years, Roman Catholic believers, high school graduate, having a monthly income of 11,690.00 and below with 1-2 children. Their child-rearing practices during Covid-19 pandemic are highly demonstrated. Their age, highest educational attainment, and religion of the respondents had an effect to the practices. As well, being alone and interrupted sleep have been the major problems being met. Notwithstanding, results suggested that various government agencies may offer job opportunities for single mothers that are suited to their conditions and educational attainment. Additionally, may conduct seminars and educational colloquia along child-rearing practices to give more valuable insights and additional understandings among single mothers in the Municipality.