This study determined the factor structure of mentoring skills of parents in the new normal. The exploratory sequential mixed methods design was utilized that started with qualitative phase then followed by quantitative data collection and analysis. More specifically, it aimed to construct a mentoring skills scale in a sample of parents. In the qualitative phase, there were ten (10) parents who participated in the in-depth interview and seven (7) parents participated in the focus group discussion. Moreover, a total of 300 parents have been selected as respondents in quantitative phase. Meanwhile, the data were analyzed using the thematic analysis and exploratory factor analysis (EFA). The results show that a total of four themes have emerged in the qualitative findings that put emphasis on parental involvement and motivation, time management, reward system, and information and communication technology integration. On the other hand, the EFA results showed four underlying dimension of mentoring skills.