Fall is usually the time of year when families transition from the dog days of summer to their back to school routines. Picking out new backpacks, binders and first-day-of-school outfits are a very different experience during a global pandemic. This year, instead of juggling errands and checking off school supply lists, parents are having to think about new normals such as virtual classrooms and social distancing.

Whether your family is headed back to school or back to Zoom, we want to make sure you have support and resources for your new normal, whatever that looks like!

We've put together our top 5 resources to help you with back to school, creating activities at home during quarantine and more!

PBS Kids | Raising Kids Who Thrive

We are loving the PBS Kids' stories and advice for parents on raising kind, caring and resilient kids. From how to support your kids with an extremely different school year to ideas on positive parenting, find a variety of resources that can support families throughout all of the stages of childhood.

Chef Ann Foundation | Home Recipes

After a few months in quarantine, it might be the perfect time to add some additional recipes to your go-to menu. Our partners at Chef Ann Foundation recently launched a new website filled with delicious, healthy recipes to download or print and make at home.

The Edible Schoolyard | Edible Education for the Home Classroom

Our friends at The Edible Schoolyard believe that students’ experiences outside of school are just as meaningful as their experiences at school. They've designed their lessons around the themes of imagine, create, learn, connect, reflect, and support for students to deepen their practice of life-wide and life-deep learning.

Amazon | Camp Prime

Earlier this summer we partnered with Amazon to help bring the excitement of camp to your home with activities, crafts and more. With summer coming to a close, there are still a ton of at-home resources you can leverage to take a well-deserved mid-day school break (impromptu dance party, anyone?!).

Whole Kids Foundation | Better Bites

From healthy dips to mighty mushrooms, find ways to add more nutrition in every bite! Download and print one-pagers filled with tips, recipes and hands-on activities that can help get kids in the kitchen and learning how to eat the rainbow.