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Met Opera Free Student Streams

met opera student strem

November 25 @ 5:00 pm - November 27 @ 6:00 pm

Recurring (see all)

An event every week that begins at 5:00 pm on Wednesday, repeating until December 16, 2020

Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly

FREE

Each week, watch one opera specially selected for young audience members, along with opportunities to learn more about the production and hear from some of the amazing artists who helped make it happen. Download illustrated synopsis and educator guides plus join live artists chats, arts workshops and more.

Additional daily Live in HD screenings of the Met’s repertory are not necessarily kid-friendly (watch out for murder/rape/etc), but the music and visuals are always stunning.

History @ Home

Learn about history in real-time with New-York Historical Society educators on Zoom. Lessons are content-based and inquiry-driven, featuring images and historical documents from the museum’s collections using shared PowerPoint presentations.

Grade levels vary by day with grades K-12. Themes include The People of New York, Exploring Black History and History of American Protest. Great lesson…

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Online Songs For Seeds

Join live, online, interactive early education music classes for babies through age 6. Sing, dance and play instruments along with other kids. Musician/teachers lead “travel” around the world as they reinforce shapes, colors, animals, numbers, counting and so much more.

Take unlimited classes three times a week for one monthly fee.

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Living History @ Home: Let’s Learn About Hanukkah

Learn more about the Jewish celebration Hanukkah. Join New-York Historical Society historical interpreters online to explore Hanukkah’s origins and history and how people observe the holiday in New York City and across America. Then, celebrate with a Festival of Lights activity.

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Hamilton Cast Read Alongs

Former Hamilton cast members read award-winning children’s books along with a discussion of the history behind the story led by Illinois History Teacher of the Year Keisha Rembert.

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