From speeding through an official tour to spending the weekend in a college town, here are our tips and tricks to touring your child’s future—including virtual options.
We spoke with Julie Lenfestey MA, LPC, on how you can answer your kids' most pressing questions right now.
From virtual tours of the world’s greatest landmarks to renowned academic lessons, this is how to stay enlightened during the coronavirus pandemic.
Kids don’t have to be the only ones learning new things from home. Gather new skills from interior design, publishing, cooking and more from worldwide experts.
Gov. Northam announced on March 23 that public schools will remain closed as concerns over the coronavirus rise.
From picture books to rhyme-filled stories, these NoVA-based children book authors make it easy to entertain youngsters while you’re hanging at home.
Audio tours, digital exhibits and children’s story times are all available for free through the gallery’s website.
The local restaurant is partnering with Real Food for Kids to offer lunches every weekday until schools reopen.
Here’s where local students and parents can get grab-and-go meals and family-meal packs during school closures.
Following a press conference on March 13 by Gov. Ralph Northam, K-12 schools across the state will officially close for a minimum of two weeks.