Parents (and kids-at-heart), we invite you and your family to join Educator Ashley as she introduces you to our animal ambassadors and leads workshops, crafts, and storytime that you can enjoy from home. We're bringing the Living Coast to you through a Facebook series airing Monday-Friday at 11AM. Tune in and ask questions while discovering San Diego's coastal wildlife.
Minecraft Nite - Online that is! Join a fun night of mining, building, surviving and creating at Minecraft Nite live online on private Rolling Robots' server! Kids will see each other on Zoom meeting and Minecraft server. Click the link below to learn more and sign up!
Daily free live classes for kids with experienced teachers. Parents are welcome to join. Class topics include story time, career day, math, teaching your child to read, parent tips for homeschooling, and more.
This will be a simulation of the actual Math Olympiad test with a proctor. You will receive a series of math questions to answer under a time limit. You will be able to score your exam at the test. We will only accept on-time arrivals to simulate the actual testing.
Do you feel like the temperature of your emotions has been turned up? Are your emotions closer to the surface AND more intense AND all over the place? Please join us for FREE 30-minute mini-parenting workshops to learn simple, empowering practices you can quickly add to your routine to:
Join Lowell Observatory educators at the Giovale Open Deck Observatory (https://lowell.edu/godo) for a guided, interactive observing session. After showcasing some planned celestial objects through our 14″ PlaneWave CDK telescope, we’ll let you choose which objects to see next via YouTube’s chat function. It’s stargazing, reimagined.
Join us every weekday at 10am EDT for "Romp n' Roll at Home", a fun, free, online class from Romp n' Roll! Classes are streamed live on our main Romp n' Roll Facebook page or visit www.facebook.com/rompnroll/live and refresh you page at the start time!
Ganondagan State Historic Site Manager Peter Jemison and the Ganondagan Interpretive staff will take their turns to present 10-minute teachings, using the exhibits at the Seneca Art & Culture Center as a starting point.
Tune in ever Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 7:00 pm for a new episode of Camp CAMP Virtual programming. Each episode brings an activity or silly adventure to you from CAMP. All activities are inclusive as they are designed for individuals of all ages with special needs.