It’s hard to believe what a different place we, as a society, were in a week ago. So much has changed in an effort to prevent the Coronavirus from spreading and protecting those most at risk. If you find yourself confused, worried, nervous, or unsure of what next steps should look like, know you are not alone.
Today, many parents discovered how limiting social distancing can be, especially in regards to their children. We have compiled a list of activities that can be done from the comfort of your own home to help children continue to learn and to have fun.
Take a Walk - Get out of the house and get moving.
Go for a Bike Ride - Again, get out and get moving!
Go Noodle - Get moving with gonoodle.com.
Core Power Yoga - corepoweryogaondemand.com is offering free, virtual classes. No excuses here!
Planet Fitness - Home Work-Ins are now available to stream from Planet Fitness. Workouts can be watched on their Facebook Live starting at 7 p.m. EST.
Hoopla App - The Hoopla App allows you to log in with your library card and rent ebooks, audio books, music, and movies. Return when you’re finished and check out something else, all from the comfort of your home!
Home Safari Facebook Live - Check out the Cincinnati Zoo’s 3 p.m. Facebook Live. Each session will highlight an animal and provide an activity that can be done from home.
The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis - Visit the museum’s Facebook page to see virtual tours and activities.
Museum Tours - 12 museums from around the world offer virtual tours. https://www.travelandleisure.com/attractions/museums-galleries/museums-with-virtual-tours.
The Metropolitan Opera - The Met is offering a nightly series for free on their Facebook page. This begins Monday, March 16 at 7:30 p.m. and will be available for 20 hours.
Art for the Kid’s Hub - Grab your computer or phone, paper and a pencil and get ready for directed drawing. Visit artforkidshub.com.
McHarper Manor Art - This art store is offering Facebook Live art tutorials for kids. Check out their Facebook page.