We are impressed how all businesses, big and small, are coming together to help everyone get through these difficult times. Many Museums are offering free online activities and resources for kids to be engaged while at home, and we've found you an awesome list.
Fight boredom and continue your child's science learning with easy to follow activities from California Science Center.
Rain Cloud in a Jar
Looking for something fun and engaging to do at home? Try making a rain cloud in a jar brought to you by KidSpace Children's Museum.
This simple soil test from Natural History Museum LA will help you figure out the percent-ages of clay, silt, and sand in your soil, and let you know if you need to make any soil amendments.
The Children's Museum Of Indianapolis' educators and experts are coming together to bring you fun live content online.
Peterson Museum is live streaming their activities online hosted out of the Rob and Melanie Walton Discovery Center. Plus you can enjoy variety of coloring activities from vehicles that are in the Museum's Collection, or build your own race car and learn about all things automotive.
Norton Simon Museum is offering a variety of art projects online inspired by the Museum’s collection to engage children at home.
At American Museum of Natural History, you'll find Museum exhibits and online resources for science enthusiasts of all ages.
Brought to you by The Met 150, this video teaches you how to make clay pots using the coil and pinch methods.
Explore natural history with online resources and at-home activities for all ages brought to you by Field Museum of Natural History.
The Smithsonian’s 3-D digitization portal features interactive models from a pantheon of fields. Users can browse collections of blue-and-white ceramics, numismatic specimens (also known as coins), and presidential portraits, among others.
The National Air and Space Museum’s “STEM in 30” show is released online monthly. The 30-minute interactive webcast features discussions with curators, astronauts and scholars on topics including bees and aerospace, spy planes, World War II, and air traffic control. You can watch the previous episodes online.
The National Portrait Gallery’s America’s Presidents portal is a digital companion to the museum’s physical collection of presidential portraits.
The National Museum of American History’s History Explorer tool allows you to search a broad database of resources, including lessons and activities, museum artifacts, books and interactive experiences.
The National Museum of the American Indian’s Native Knowledge 360° provides children with new perspectives on Native American history and cultures.
The National Museum of Natural History’s “Smithsonian Science How” series invites students to participate in “free, interactive, live video webcasts” with Smithsonian experts.
Explore a vast collection of online experiences to feed your curiosity and education resources supporting online teaching and learning at The Exploratorium.
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