Fun Activities To Do At Home

    • CosmicKids Yoga - Destress and do yoga… with the kids? It’s possible with CosmicKids Yoga! Have an enjoyable and relaxing time through easy-to-follow guides on poses and mindfulness.
    • GameStar Mechanic - Designed for children 7-14 years of age, Gamestar is a game, community designed to teach kids the principles of game design while in a highly engaging environment. Packed with quests and courses to help you learn game design and DIY video games!
    • GoNoodle - Great for ages 3-12 years old. Look after your child’s physical health the fun way. GoNoodle’s got you covered on that. Bust out those dance moves or do some stretches for five minutes, even longer! 
    • Monterey Bay Aquarium - Discover a list of guided activities for parents, caregivers and educators to support children’s learning at home. From spotting otters to exploring the extreme depths of the ocean.
    • National Geographic Kids - Kids can view science explainers and experiments, watch people make “elephant toothpaste,” investigate rocks, and more. There’s a wide-variety of experiments to replicate at home —  bottling eggs, coating candy, dropping dye in white paint and other school science fair stuff. 
    • Nitro Type - Improve your typing skills while competing in fast-paced races with up to 5 types from around the world. Compete against your friends, earn new cars, track your scores, and so much more... all for free!
    • PopSugar Virtual PE Classes -  If you're looking for other movement activities for your kids, check out these YouTube channels that focus on everything from yoga to dance!
    • The Old Farmer's Almanac for Kids - Access to free stories and links to fun activities for stuck-at-home families everywhere.
    • Typing Game - Use this free, standout typing program to learn, practice, and vastly improve your kids’ typing speed and accuracy. Parents can try it, too!