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Enrichment activities for Kids

Here are some fun FREE activities to keep kids entertained while school is out:


  • Gymnastics conditioning workout everyday at 2pm EST. Instagram @gothamgymnasticslive





  • McHarper Manor  is doing online art classes for elementary age kids, just purchase the supplies ahead of time. They will be at 1pm EST and have the week of projects listed.












  • FREE children's literacy resource featuring the world's best storytellers reading books aloud. Each video includes an activity guide with lessons for K-5 students to do at home.







  • Storytime from Space!  The Global Space Education Project sent children’s books to the International Space Station to be read by astronauts!


  • You Can Play That - Come to the page at 11am EST for FREE 30 minute classes via live stream every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday for at least the next three weeks. We'll mostly be focusing on having fun with music and some basics of music theory that every young musician should know!




  • Ms. Meyer’s Come Draw With Me will be having art lessons everyday next week, including a special St. Patrick’s Day one! Simple supply list on her page.


  • “We’ve used this for years on rainy days when the kids need to get moving.  There’s Minecraft yoga and Frozen yoga, etc.”









  • The KidLit TV team has created a virtual library of FREE read aloud, drawing & writing tutorials, podcasts, art activities + reading resources for kids! Find them here:


  • Free cartooning classes for all ages Live! Internationally syndicated cartoonist Joe Wos of MazeToons fame is taking marker into his own hands to help! Beginning on Weds March 18th Joe will be offering free live cartooning classes online for all ages. The live classes will take place on YouTube channel HowToToon at 1pm(eastern time zone), 3 days a week (Tuesdays-Thursdays). Students can access the channel by visiting






  • Mystery Science has made their most popular science lessons free for anyone to use. Lessons are expertly designed to engage students, achieve learning outcomes, and be easy for teachers to use. Short mini-lessons are completely digital. Full lessons include an activity designed to use simple supplies a parent will likely already have at home. K-5





  • Author, educator and entertainer Culture Queen will be doing YouTube videos celebrating Women’s History Month.