Kelly Murphy and her fifth-grader Kian Sullivan have been negotiating virtual learning since the stay-at-home order shut down Colorado's schools on March 17.
Murphy asked Sullivan how he liked online learning. "It's not that fun," Sullivan said. He said it was easier to learn at school and he misses seeing friends.
"Have you been able to see of them during this quarantine?" asked Murphy.
"Yeah, over Google Hangouts for school and stuff, but we don’t, like, talk there," he said.
The two have found, though, that they've enjoyed spending more time together at home.