Covid-19 at-home Activities

Jacob GoodwilerUncategorized

You may be spending most of your days confined at home, but that doesn’t mean your family can’t continue learning and exploring. Here are a few virtual field trips and activities for all to enjoy. 

Virtual Field Trips 

12 Museums From Around the World That You Can Visit Virtually | Travel + Leisure

25 Amazing Virtual Field Trips For When You Can’t Be There in Person

Virtual Tour of National Museum of Natural Museum 

Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, Netherlands

Louvre Museum in Paris, France 

The Hidden Worlds of the National Parks

The Best National Parks to Visit—Virtually

Virtual Concerts 

Berliner Philharmoniker 

NPR released an extensive list of virtual concerts organized by date and genre: Where To Stream Live Concerts During Coronavirus

Virtual Activities

Stay at home storytime with author, Oliver Jeffers | A Book A Day

Find a host of online storytimes along with teacher guides including questions and activities related to each story | Storyline Online

Storytime from Space! | Library Directory

Learn to draw and doodle from skilled artists | LUNCH DOODLES with Mo Willems!

Select your field of interest and they’ll match you with a scientist for a conversation over Skype | Skype a Scientist 

Find activities to do at home, organized by grade and theme. Each theme includes books to read, videos to watch and activities to complete | Teaching Remotely for Grades K – 12 | Free Resources and Strategies

Listen to Podcasts 

Surviving The Pandemic At Home with Kids: 5 Tips To Avoid Chaos ~ Keith McCurdy

18 Best Podcasts for Kids in Elementary, Middle, & High School

An Examined Education | The Cambridge School 

Podcast Network | Circe Institute: Cultivating Wisdom and Virtue 

Additional Resources

The Best Resources for Families (plus a Free Crisis Workshop)