Are your kids doing school virtually? We want to see what your home classroom looks like

Hats off to all parents, regardless of where your child is learning

Two boys doing work. (Image by Victoria Borodinova, Victoria Borodinova)

Whether your children have already begun their school year or you’re still preparing, due to delays, there are many who are choosing to keep their kids home to learn as the coronavirus pandemic rages on.

With no end in sight, and no certainty as to when it will be safe to gather with a large number of peers again, many students are already in full swing or are gearing up for virtual learning from the foreseeable future.

Parents are doing their best to adapt, and we applaud every parent for the decision they’re making -- regardless of what that is.

But for those who are keeping kids home for virtual learning, we want to see exactly how you’re adapting. What does the “classroom” you’ve created look like? We’d love to see what kinds of ideas parents have come up with, and we have a feeling other parents might appreciate some good ideas, too.

About the Author:

Dawn Jorgenson, Graham Media Group Branded Content Managing Editor, began working with the group in April 2013. She graduated from Texas State University with a degree in electronic media.