New-York Historical Society Online
This fascinating historic museum (now partially open for visits) hosts engaging live educational programs for all ages, audio and video resources (including the inspirational We Rise) and interactive 360 degree tours drawing on its world-renowned collections. Excellent educator resources including videos, remote lesson plans, and media-rich curriculum website Women & the American Story, can be used by curious families at home to explore everything from the history of democracy to empowered fashion.
There is lots of information scattered throughout the website; take time to explore.
NYC magician Max Darwin (aka The Amazing Max) teaches magic tricks using objects available at home. All you need is a pencil, quarter, nickel, dollar bill, and deck of cards. Magic experience not required.
Recommended for ages 6+. Private, semi-private and group lessons available.More info
Explore cool areas of mathematics not covered in school and stoke the flames for a lifelong appreciation of mathematics. Daily sessions are available for grades pre-K through 12 on topics such as Shape Shifters and Crazy Dice.
Some sessions are free for families in need, on a first-come, first-served basis.More info
Experienced preschool specialist help children ages three to five play educational games that broaden math knowledge, improve problem-solving skills, fine-tune motor coordination, and enhance communication and social skills. Themes include Comparisons, Count By Sight and Odds and Evens.
Later times also available.More info
Join Chelsea kids yoga studio Karma Kids for free yoga storytime every Wednesday. Hear new books and make them come alive with yoga poses. Stretch, bend, twist, sing and play yoga along with adorable stories for kids of all ages.
Also join playful classes and singalongs live streamed on Zoom ($10), recorded classes available on…More info