The internet is a fascinating, powerful, and at times, very scary place.
When parents are overly involved, their kids may not develop the academic or emotional skills they need to succeed. We share advice from educators to avoid hovering too close at school.
Wondering what that new icon is on your child’s phone? You might find it on this list of 32 popular games, websites, and services.
These back-to-school tips can help parents and kids be prepared, whatever the 2021-2022 school year may bring.
If you’ve ever been frustrated by the process of school supply shopping (and what parent hasn’t?) TeacherLists is here to help you save time and money.
Some of us like working from home, others never did, and for the rest—enough is enough. No matter how you feel though, the grass is always greener on the other side.
Start celebrating the small wins. There are plenty out there if you just give yourself a break!
Thanks to a little work in between hammock rides and Mai Tais, you can ease into fall without skipping a summer beat.
A lot of kids will have to relearn how to do a traditional school day. Get back to the basics for their sake and yours!
You finally get to kickback and enjoy a summer afternoon for yourself, but the silence is deafening. The fix? Two earbuds and a brand new podcast!
The time and energy we put towards our children’s friendships doesn’t always translate to our own lives. We forget about the importance of an inner circle, specifically having mom friends.
Students bring home paper, lots of it. Find the right home solution that cuts down on clutter but keeps the memories.
This year for Teacher Appreciation Week, give the unsung heroes at school a little token of gratitude. They never ask for thanks, but they sure deserve it!
Fun winter exercise activities for inside the house, for outdoors, and around your community that can be adapted to fit with your local and state coronavirus safety guidelines.
If you have children in school, you know how easily they seem to get sick. You can help minimize sickness with some reminders about ways your child can stay healthy at school.
Tips and ideas from experts and parents on managing screen time, helping kids eat healthier, and just generally keeping it together during stressful times.
Being a class parent in 2020 looks a little different, but there are still many worthwhile volunteer opportunities within the role.
By establishing important eating, sleeping, and learning routines at the beginning of the school year, parents can help their kids be successful students.
On paper, the idea of back-to-school shopping is exciting and fun. But in reality, this yearly ritual can drain your emotions and your bank account—unless you’re strategic about it.
Whether your school district is opening in person, going all-virtual, or using a hybrid model, school supplies will be handled differently. Get organized for back to school 2020 with supply lists for distance learning.
With virtual learning plans being rolled out by districts, parents are wondering how to create a homeschool room. Advice from parents: It really depends.
Take advantage of the back-to-school timing of states’ tax-free weekends to save on your school supplies!
Conversations with kids about race relations can be hard, but they’re absolutely necessary. We’ve linked to resources that can help.
Step-by-step instructions and materials lists for family-friendly science activities.
Thanking school faculty members during Teacher Appreciation Week is a lot harder to do when parents, kids, and teachers are all at home. We’ve collected some simple ideas your family can use to show teachers how you feel, no matter how far away you are.
There’s a good chance a lot more kids will be spending a lot more time on Internet-enabled devices over the next few weeks and months. Study our list of common Internet terms and practices to stay in the know.
Free classes, printables, media subscriptions, and more to help you keep your kids learning at home during coronavirus or other school closures.