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Mission US 

Mission US

Suggested Ages: 5 to 14+

FREE

Learn American history with a choose-your-adventure interactive, online game. Take the role of printer’s apprentice in 1770 Boston deciding whether to join the revolutionary movement, a Cheyenne teen in 1866, an enslaved 14-year-old girl escaping to freedom in Ohio, teenage farmers in the Great Depression and more young people. Explore rich, historical settings, make choices and see what happens. Also download printable resources and activities, including timelines and primary source documents. iPad app also available.

Developed by WNET for middle school students, but engaging for older and younger audiences. Be prepared for sensitive topics such as slavery and war.

FLOCABULARY

Learn about a range of subjects for grades K-12 though catchy, educational hip-hop songs. Watch videos about math, history, science and more, learn new words, take quizzes then (this is the coolest part) write short raps/songs using your new words and knowledge.

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Outschool

Explore just about any interest from math to Minecraft to piano with passionate teachers over live video chat. Choose from over 15,000+ classes including Harry Potter and Star Wars-themed explorations of explore history, art, science and more.

Format include one-time drop-ins, weekly camps and semester classes.

For ages 3-18.

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Sunset on the Hudson

In-person concerts return to scenic spots in Hudson River Park. See an eclectic lineup of New York artists including established and emerging artists from a broad spectrum of genres, from  brass to choral, bass and more.

Location & line-up changes weekly. Arrive early; seating is limited. Performances are weather dependent; follow on Twitter for…

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Poster Kids: For the Love Of Books

Join Poster House for a family-friendly, interactive, poster tour and a related art-making experience. Available in-person and virtually.

This month, explore the exhibition Ethel Reed: I Am My Own Property, discover the techniques Reed used to popularize literature and then create stories about our own museum experiences.

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