We are compiling a list of free on-line activities and adventures for all ages. The list includes secular as well as religious activities. The list is ever changing so check back often to see what is new. This list is by no-means complete. Most resources have been sourced from social media and other online locations. When we are not able to be together physically, it is important that we continue to be connected with one another. These activities can help to keep our minds from over thinking current events. We hope this list will help you.
Do Faith at home – A site that offers lectionary based readings and reflections.
Astronaut Bedtime Stories – Bedtime stories from space!
Metropolitan Opera – Will be streaming a different opera every evening at 7:30 p.m. Check their website for more details
Dropkick Murphys: On St Patrick’s Day, the Dropkick Murphys will live stream their concert. Caution: This is not a family friendly band.
Virtual Field Trips: Over 30 different locations to visit virtually.
Scholastic Learn at Home Scholastic Books has created a site to help children through grade 6 continue to learn.
The Ultimate Guide to Virtual Museum Resources Access to endless open content. Educational resources for e-learning. Virtual retreats to art, culture, and history around the globe.
Paris Musees The Paris Museum’s public domain collection of Art
The Social Distancing Festival The Social Distancing Festival is an online artist’s community made to celebrate and showcase the work of the many artists around the world who have been affected by the need for social distancing that has come about due to the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19). (some items are free other have a cost involved)
The Episcopal Church’s Response to COVID-19
Helping Children and Teens Cope with the Anxiety of COVID-19