Now that everyone is staying home in isolation, what to do – alone or with kids?
You don’t want to spend the entire time online so here are options to print colouring sheets, crafts, create treasure hunts, and much more. It is an amazing array of creative ideas, offers of free stories, books, museum visits, trips to national parks and much more.
I will try to update this list often. I also try to only use links to sites that are truly free and don’t require sign up. Enjoy your time of being creative, reading, learning and staying well.
• Vancouver Aquarium offers live webcams to observe sea otters, penguins and jelly fish.
• If you have learned about Egypt, why not go down into the tomb of King Tut? If you imagine it getting cooler and quieter as you descend, this is just what it’s like for real! Notice the many hieroglyphs and look at the ceiling. They tell the stories of the pharao’s life…https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=NeiMEZa9d93&mls=1&fbclid=IwAR3IbaHClHSZpwsnG69c2kgRWmAfsvRQb3NfqueXUGa5Ru5Zxr0RpKgpTws
• Virtual Tours and 360º views of US National Parks.
• Real National parks across the US will temporarily be free for all visitors, offering easier access to natural spaces during the coronavirus outbreak. Entrance fees will be waived at all national park sites that remain open, the National Park Service effective until further notice.