The science behind all that 'create a routine' advice

Experts have dispensed this guidance throughout the pandemic. Here’s why it works.

In Tennessee, Kellee Inskeep helped her second-grade distance learner stay on track with colorful paper schedules posted around the house and a morning family meeting.

In Spokane, Washington, Holly Cartmell says her three children always look forward to “virtual travel Tuesdays” to different parts of the world.

And though the Piper family of Colorado got rid of school time constraints, they still kept virtual school classwork in the same order as it had been in-person.

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