Some Great Websites for those Sheltering at Home
Did perpetual happiness in the Garden of Eden maybe get so boring that eating the apple was justified? ~
So for the last week I’ve been collecting virtual activities off of social media, here’s a collection to help make your time stuck in the house a little happier. ~ Rev Kane
I’m going to start with this one, the NY Philharmonic Digital Archive, this one is personal as my brother works there, so give it lots of hits so they keep him working. 🙂
The Bucket Shot, a 20 minute video on the photo of a lifetime
A link to 450 Ivy League courses you can take online.
A great blog post, by my friend Shari
63 experiments for kids to do at home with household stuff
100’s of free children’s audiobooks to listen to on Audible
If that’s not enough 6000 Digitized Children’s Books
A blog post containing one of the best stories of ever heard, Remember the Sweet Things
Take a virtual tour of Hawaii
300,000 downloadable books from the New York Public Library
A list of upcoming live concerts you can watch at home
Activities to keep college students active, but a lot of these could be adapted for younger students
33 Virtual National Park tours that you can take from home
Library resources you can access from home. This is a truly amazing list put together by the Portland Library.
Scholastic has put a bunch of learning modules for kids online
Apollo 13, a multimedia presentation where you can follow this flight to the moon. The site offers the same for Apollo 11 and Apollo 17.
Five astronomy and space related activities, this includes the Apollo sites above.
The Berlin Philharmonic Concert archive, lots of concerts online as well as streaming concerts.
12 museums with virtual tours online