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10 Free and Fun Virtual Events & Activities For Kids!

Here is a list of 10 fun and free virtual events and activities for kids to keep them entertained and busy at home while you are practicing social distancing!



Sesame Workshop is filled with content you can use all day long to spark playful learning and offer children comfort. Join for songs, games, and more with Anne Hathaway, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Tracee Ellis Ross and the entire Sesame Street gang!


Creativity Corner

Each episode of Creativity Corner invites kids to participate in the story that unfolds and suggests follow-up activities they can do on their own, inspired by the make-believe they’ve seen.


During the “Stay at Home” period, LA Arboretum will be bringing you two new exciting, hands-on programs a week that you and your little ones can do to stay connected to nature and all its magic! Check back each Monday and Thursday for new activities.  


The Fleet Science Center invites you to connect to the power of science through FLEETtv!  FLEETv is an exciting place where you can have fun with experiments, hands-on activities, behind-the-scenes interviews, bloopers and more, all from the comfort of your home.


During the COVID-19 pandemic, Silver Kite Community Arts is offering daily online intergenerational workshops, talks, social hours, and performances for free.


Visit the Burke Museum from home with activities and resources for all ages.

Each curriculum packet features a different theme, so there's something new to look forward to each week. 



Join for music, storytime, art making, reflection & more on Instagram @CAYTONMUSEUM & YOUTUBE every weekday at 11 am and 3 pm.


Purple Museum shares hands-on learning activities that you and your little ones can do at home, along with insightful resources to help you navigate these uncertain times.


Children and parents can tune into @ABTSchool on Instagram and the ABT YouTube Channel for daily classes in ballet movement taught by former ABT dancers.


Explore the Art Institute of Chicago virtually and find surprises in the museum’s collection by using a variety of filtering options, including themes, styles, and colors.



 


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