As learning goes remote, many teachers and families are doing their best to adjust. Luckily, new resources and tools are emerging to help ease this process.
Trying to limit the kids' screen time while school is out? Try these family friendly activity sheets to keep them entertained.
Authors and celebrities alike are giving kids a new perspective on their favorite books using live streams. From actors such as Josh Gad and Jennifer Garner to authors like David Williams and Oliver Jeffers, parents and kids can tune in to watch as they read classic children's books and thei…
ATHENS — Each spring, thousands of K-12 students attend environmental education camps at Georgia 4-H facilities across the state. They hold snakes, hike through creeks and marshes, visit historic sites and enjoy nature; all with a goal of learning about the environment. Since the COVID-19 ou…
Running out of activities at home for the kids? Download and print these activity sheets for the kids to enjoy at home anytime.
As the number of podcasts for adults has grown, so have podcasts for kids. From helping kids learn about the world around them to magical fantasy stories, there are many options for kids to get in on the fun of listening to podcasts. Here are a few podcasts for kids to listen to.
As the one-two combination of home quarantine and coronavirus anxiety takes its toll on millions of Americans, the hunt is on for new ways to pass the time. (After all, there's only so much Netflix a person can watch.) People sharing their quarantine routines online seem to be fascinated by …
When the official word finally came that they closed our kids' schools "indefinitely" -- my new least favorite word -- my wife and I had the same thought: We need a schedule!
JONESBORO—The Clayton County Police Department reminds all parents that county law requires a nightly curfew for all children 17 and under.
COVINGTON — Gov. Brian Kemp signed an executive order Monday afternoon mandating that all Georgia schools — elementary, secondary and post-secondary — would be closed until March 31 as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, leaving many parents scrambling to find child care services that may not…
As the nation shuts down and loved ones huddle to weather what may well be weeks of coronavirus-induced isolation, family tensions are rising.
Students across the country are making the transition to an online format to finish out the school year. It may seem like a mini vacation to some but for others, their workload just got a bit harder.
School closures due to the COVID-19 outbreak mean millions of parents and guardians who have grown accustomed to sending their children to traditional schools are now faced with the task of educating them at home.
Reconsider group playdates, parents. Think twice about letting your kids play soccer with friends. Avoid the local playground jungle gyms and monkey bars.
CONYERS — With an unexpected "school vacation," event cancellations and local facilities altering their hours of operation, parents of nearly 36,000 Newton and Rockdale county students may be concerned about what to do with their children for the next two weeks.
With schools and daycares closing to prevent the spread of coronavirus, children are stuck at home with nothing to do.
LOCUST GROVE - Pickleball is gaining popularity as a sport amongst adults due to its fun and lightweight gaming style.