Take a look at Drake’s adorable son, Adonis, as he readies for the first day of school.
Back to School
As we’re approaching a back-to-school season like none other, many parents are looking for non-traditional ways to educate their kiddos. Enter unschooling. Based on the belief that children thrive when they are able to explore their interests without educational institutions determining what and how they should learn, unschooling is gaining popularity amongst parents.
Your head may be spinning at the idea of homeschooling your little one and we’re here to assure you that you’re not alone. Parents are scrambling to make the best of their virtual learning situations by creating designated school spaces within their homes. To help you get inspired, we’ve tracked down the sweetest learning nooks on Instagram.
With Labor Day come and gone, and the first days of a new school year in the bag, many parents find themselves wistfully recalling their most vivid school memories. The things most parents remembered most fondly have nothing to do with classes. (Sorry, teachers!) Smuckers — yep, the jam company — ran a survey of 2,000 parents of school-aged kids. Many parents shared that they remembered the suspect cafeteria food, the nervousness of unlocking a locker for the first time and getting lost on the first day of high school. Passing notes in class and trading snacks with friends were also fondly recalled. YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: Let’s Celebrate Back to School: Mom’s Hilarious Photo Captures First Day of School Relief! But the biggest memories were of more mundane things — and interestingly, things that their kids will likely not get to experience. The most common: packing a brown bag lunch. And in that lunch? A PB & J sandwich said more than 50 percent of survey respondents. Today, with peanut allergies on the rise, many school districts have strict no-nut policies in effect, so PB&J’s are a thing of the past … at least when it comes to munching at school. Another …