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12 Virtual Activities While Practicing Social Distancing
In light of the current events, we figured y’all might need some extra ideas to keep the kiddos busy! Here are some virtual offerings we found:
There are a number of world famous museums offering a virtual walk-through. What an opportunity to see museums around the globe! Here are links to some of them:
The British Museum in London, England
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York using Google Street View
Musée d'Orsay in Paris, France
The National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Seoul, Korea has four online exhibits to view
The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam is offering two virtual exhibits
There are also some zoos, aquariums, and other establishments helping out with the boredom of social distancing. Here are some links:
An opportunity to cozy up on the couch and watch movies WHILE being eduational? It's a win-win! There's a website called Teach With Movies that has printable worksheets for the kids to work through and learn from while they watch the movie!
The American Dairy Association has provided virtual farm tours for different ages on their website
The Georgia Aquarium has multiple live webcams of exhibits on their website including Beluga Whales!
You can explore the real surface of Mars through photos from NASA's Curiosity rover
The San Diego Zoo has TEN different live webcams running on their website for viewing elephants, apes, koalas, giraffes and more.
If you search 'Virtual Disney World' on YouTube, there are 360° interactive videos of some of the attractions.
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