Hulafrog at Home
April 28, 2020
We've got some amazing children's museums across the country and many have shifted gears quickly to offer at-home resources. Some of the highlights? The Metkids' time machine, Arty Party Fridays at The Children's Museum of Phoenix, Madison Museum's Brain Builder, slime and sushi making at The Children's Museum of Manhattan and much more. Check out these 20 children's museums for hundreds of hours of educational fun. Your kids will love you for it!
Children's Museum Houston is offering families a Virtual Playground of the Mind. They are doing broadcasts on Facebook (check the Hulafrog calendar for events) and also offering a ton of at-home activities.
This amazing children's museum has tons of online activities, learning, videos and more for kids on their website and other free resources for at home education. They also have CMA LIVE - live weekly music, art classes and more to participate in using zoom.
#MetKids is made for, with, and by kids and The Met! We’re excited to share and discover The Metropolitan Museum of Art with you. Whether you’re in New York City or across the globe, you’ll get to: Explore The Met using an interactive map. Watch behind-the-scenes videos that feature kids just like you. Travel through more than 5,000 years of art in our time machine. Discover fun facts about works of art—from dragons to dancers, and from mummies to masks and more! Try out creative projects for at home or in the galleries Stay up-to-date with our #MetKids blog #MetKids has been inspired, tested, and approved by real kids ages 7–12. We think that everyone can learn something from a kid-friendly explanation, and especially from the questions you are bold enough to ask.
Check out the Facebook page for The Children's Museum of Denver for screen-free activities created by their educators to engage your child in learning and fun from the comfort of your home. Kids can enjoy stortyimes, crafts, and more!
While everybody's at home for a while, check out the Children's Museum of Atlanta over on their Facebook page for story times, activities, music and more!
ON FACEBOOK AND INSTAGRAM
Follow MCM on Facebook and you'll get first dibs on their educational and interactive activities to help families with children through what might feel like long, trying days. Their Brain Builder, Music, and Art virtual classes are listed on our event calendar daily!
KidsQuest is offering learning videos focused on STEAM concepts through YouTube. Once you subscribe, you’ll receive the latest story time and Home Quest delivered to your inbox.
Head over to the Minnesota Children's Museum's Facebook page for Art and STEM activities. You can also check out their blog on their website for additional art activities.
Miami Children’s Museum has always been a leader for children and families to play, learn, imagine and create. Although they are temporarily closed, they bring the museum experience to your home via their website.
Kidspace has tons of ideas for parents and kids to stay entertained (and learning) while at home. Check out their Facebook page for fun ideas the whole family can enjoy - from STEM to story times, and more!
Visit the virtual Purple Museum's Facebook page for their awesome FB live broadcasts including story times, Science, and Art! You can also check out their website for tons of archived videos to keep your kiddo busy and learning!
Follow The New Children's Museum on their Facebook page for creative and fun DIY projects for you and your kids while at home. You'll find create your own coloring pages, DIY marbling, DIY Scrabble screens, and much more.
San Diego Children's Discovery Museum is featuring special Facebook live storytimes every week as well as Virtual Fun Animal Friday and a Parenting on the Go Virtual Workshop Series. Head over to their website or our event calendar to check them out!
Join the Cayton Children's Museum every weekday at 2pm EST on their Instagram page for their Cayton Recess events which include story time, art, and music! Access these events right from the museum's homepage as well.
Check out the Children's Museum of Pittsburgh's MuseumLab daily for ideas for creative do-it-yourself projects you can do at home. The kiddos can learn about knotting, beading, building with cardboard, for hours of fun!
The Children's Museum of Connecticut is bringing animals to you via a daily 12:00 pm EST live animal demonstration on Facebook. Ask plenty of questions, leave some comments, or let them know what animal you would like to see for their next demo!
The Children’s Museum of Manhattan has debuted “CMOM at Home,” a series of fun, educational and engaging activities for kids and families to enjoy together at home. From slime-making, dance parties and being transported to Japan with a recipe for sushi, to making animal puppets from recycled materials around the house, creating a bedtime routine and storytimes, “CMOM at Home” is sure to delight.
Pretty fun stuff happening at the Children's Museum of Phoenix with STEM Saturday, story time, creating a bowling alley to play, Arty Party Friday, Thinker Thursday and the list goes on. Join their Facebook each day to check out the videos they share.
The Children's Museum of Indianapolis has created Museum At Home - a place you can go to discover, be entertained, and inspired in the comforts of your home. Head over to their website to check out their archives and be sure to check out their Facebook page for special live streams as well.
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