Many of are home bound for the foreseeable future. While we may not be able to do our normal activities, this page provides links to free resources to help you and your family stay connected and engaged.
Staying active, finding new activities to do, and exploring new ways to have fun together as a family can make this time more enjoyable.
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Instant Recess- short activities to get you moving and break up the day
The Joe- Learn a fun dance from the Wyoming State Action Coalition (SNAC) Team
Stay active at home with Move More, Virginia’s videos
Take a walk based on Dr. Seuss’s“And to Think I Saw it on Mulberry Street!”
Action for Health Kids’ COVID-19 page has resources and physical activities
Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems– This is a new YouTube series through The Kennedy Center featuring children’s author Mo Willems
Jack Christensen Reads Stories– Teacher Jack Christensen is reading stories on YouTube, including Harry Potter.
20 Virtual Field Trips– Explore museums, visit zoos, and travel to new places through these virtual field trips.
Coloring pages from Todd Parr– Children’s author shares coloring pages from his books
Cincinnati Zoo Home Safari– Everyday at 3 ET/1 MT, the Cincinnati Zoo will be sharing a Facebook live of their animals and sharing the video on their website and YouTube.
Story Time in Space– Astronauts read stories from
4-H At Home– Activities sent by email to do together at home
Listen to Josh Gad (Olaf from Frozen) read books!
Audible is streaming free kids stories
Virtual Drawing with the creator of Captain Underpants
Health at Home resources for parents and teachers from CATCH
At-Home Resources from Action for Healthy Kids
Back to School from Action for Healthy Kids– Resources for families, educators, and schools as students attend classes at school and online.
Digital Stage Performances– This is a YouTube Series from The Kennedy Center featuring a variety of performances
Stay at Home Fest– Music artists are moving their events online.
Metropolitan Opera– The Met is streaming a free opera series on their website.
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