Ideas to Keep the Kids Busy

Free drawing classes from famous illustrators from around the country:

 https://www.fastcompany.com/90478307/stuck-at-home-take-free-drawing-classes-from-famous-illustrators

 https://www.scarymommy.com/mo-willems-lunch-doodles/

https://www.creativebloq.com/features/how-to-draw-animals-people-landscapes

https://kids.scholastic.com/kids/books/dav-pilkey-at-home/

 

Free Coloring pages:

http://www.nickelodeonparents.com/hub/coloring-pages/

https://www.crayola.com/featured/free-coloring-pages/

https://www.crayola.com/featured/free-coloring-pages/

 

How to make Playdough

https://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-Make-Playdough-Play-doh/

 

Virtual Field Trips

  • Explore the world with Nature Conservancy. You can visit China, Africa, the Pacific Ocean and much more... just clique here https://www.nature.org/en-us/about-us/who-we-are/how-we-work/youth-engagement/nature-lab/virtual-field-trips/
  • The Smithsonian. The Museum of Natural History at the Smithsonian might be the most interesting assortment of artifacts anywhere in the world, and they offer a panoramic virtual tour at no charge to the public. Visitors navigate from room to room by using an interactive map. The self-guided tour is further enriched by designated hotspots on the screen that offer pop-ups to further explain displays and get a closer look. Exhibits like Ancient Seas, Fossil Mammals, Dinosaurs and many others are rendered in beautiful, high-definition interactive images with lots of interesting and compelling information. It’s a must-see website of a must-see museum. https://naturalhistory.si.edu/visit/virtual-tour
  • NASA’s virtual field trip offers immersive multimedia information that’s sure to keep students interested and learning about our globe and man’s effort to leap its bounds into space. NASA’s website offers global views of Earth that resemble sites on Mars, and encourages students to learn about geologic conditions and common traits that increase knowledge of our world, and the worlds we might visit in the future. https://oh.larc.nasa.gov/oh/
  • The Louvre  Enjoy a cultural tour of Ancient Egyptian artifacts, nineteenth-century Romanticism paintings, and other exhibits. https://www.louvre.fr/en/visites-en-ligne
  • Mars. Explore the surface of Mars, as seen by the Curiosity Rover. https://accessmars.withgoogle.com/
  • Johnson Space Center. Blast off with the Innovating the Future virtual field trip. https://www.boeingfutureu.com/virtual-field-trips/space
  • Yellowstone National Park. One of our nation's treasure. Visit now https://www.nps.gov/yell/learn/photosmultimedia/virtualtours.htm
  • The Cincinnati Home Zoo Safari. The Cincinnati Zoo is hosting "Home Safaris" each day at 3 pm EST on Facebook Live. Each day they'll highlight one of their resident animals—like Rico, the Brazilian porcupine—and they'll also include an activity that kids can do from home. If you miss the live videos, you can always catch it later on the zoo's YouTube channel.
  • San Diego Zoo. How about a trip to sunny southern California? https://kids.sandiegozoo.org/index.php/animals

Hope For Today

  • 10-30-2020

    I wait quietly before God, for my victory comes from him. Psalm 62:1

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