Ready or not, here it comes: back to school shopping. Whether you’re on a hybrid model, doing a “pod” with close friends, are 100% virtual learning or home-schooling, you and your kids are probably in the market for school supplies right now. Our ace correspondent (and mother of three) Julie Chang Murphy is sharing her curated list of the back to school supplies you need to buy right now to start the 2020 school year off strong.
Ready or not, here it comes: back to school shopping. And now more than ever, it’s a lot easier to find apparel, school supplies, sneakers and everything else your kiddos need online. But what are the best online sites for back to school shopping this year? Our ace correspondent Jillian Tangen has rounded up a dozen great options – luxury online shopping sites with chic and sustainable kids clothes, shoes and school supplies. Whether it’s in a classroom or online, it’s still possible to start the new school year on a high note.
With distance learning from home the current situation for little kids from grades K-6, parents are understandably eager to find ways to keep the little ones entertained without introducing bad screen habits (and inappropriate content) during this challenging time. Our correspondent Jillian Tangen – herself a working mother of three – has rounded up the best online entertainment right now for little kids, including animals at zoos, science, movement and dance, art, music and story times. These activities aren’t strictly just for education – but they’re all mom-approved.
One of the many worries in these frenzied times, along with elbow-shakes and stocking up on junk food and paper products is this one: how can you be sure that your kids stay on track academically when schools are closed? Is there help for parents whose kids are suddenly doing distance learning? Our correspondent (and mother of three) Julie Chang Murphy has answers. Here are some of the best online academic programs and educational websites for at-home learning right now.
We’re going back to school with a movie marathon of films featuring faculty, freshmen, fall, football, great sweaters and hard-earned wisdom. Our expert on all things cinematic, Abbie Martin Greenbaum, has curated a list of the best movies set on a college campus.