One Maryland mom helping students create a “School Zone” to do virtual learning

EASTERN SHORE, Md.- While colleges are continuing to help students adapt to their learning environment, one Maryland mom wants to help families in the community create a comfortable space for children to do virtual learning.

Holly Baldwin is a tutor on the Eastern Shore and a mom who knows how important it is to have a safe and organized learning environment.

She created a “School Zone” in her house that has classroom materials that her child needs to do virtual learning.

Baldwin saw how great the space was working out for child, so she wanted to do the same for other families and give kids a sense of normalcy.

“It was going to be really important to keep that sense of separateness and keep that sense of this is what a classrooms like and having been in a classroom I felt like it was natural for me to set it up like that,” Holly Baldwin, organizer, said.

Baldwin said she already has people reaching out to her about the “School Zones,” and if you would like create one for your child you can contact her on her business Facebook page at Harmonious Home By Holly.

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