It looks like many of us will be at home reconnecting with our kids in the coming months. If you’re home and looking for ways to keep your children engaged, check out these fun online activities they can enjoy from the comfort of your great room.
PBS Kids Games
This site provides colorful, educational games for younger kids. Little ones can interact with their favorite characters and learn something at the same time! You may want to start with Adventure Stories or Lord of the Crumbs.
Google Arts & Culture
The whole family can participate in virtual tours of famous landmarks, visit over 500 museums and galleries and learn about art and sports through this well-designed platform. The Taj Mahal is a beautiful place to begin!
Circletime At-home Classes
Explore another entertaining, educational option, offering everything from storytime and dance to cooking and yoga. Staying physically active while spending more time at home can be beneficial to both kids and parents!
Discovery Education™ Virtual Field Trips
Children can learn about science, sports, the natural world and more without ever leaving the couch. We think they’ll find Innovation Generation especially captivating!
LUNCH DOODLES With Mo Willems
Youngsters can break out the crayons and colored pencils for a daily dose of artistic fun with The Kennedy Center’s artist-in-residence! Mo Willems even provides an email address if you have questions you’d like him to answer.
Artrageous With Nate
YouTube offers an abundance of videos to keep you and your kids entertained for hours. This channel focuses on creativity and innovation.
Print out our home-themed coloring sheets, and have kiddos add flair with stickers or watercolors!
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