Keep moving at home with these fun resources - perfect for remote learning breaks.

Also check out virtual classes and dance party playlists.

GO NOODLE

Find short dance parties, yoga sessions, mindfulness activities and games that help kids wake up their bodies and engage their minds. Great visuals and lots of silly fun. Mom's been loving the NTV 90s dance cardio.

Browse videos or see GoNoodle: Good Energy at Home for downloadable curricular activities, and off-screen home activities for a variety of abilities, interests, ages, and subjects.

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COSMIC KIDS YOGA

Choose from hundreds of 'brilliant fun' yoga videos featuring nursery rhymes, cute animals,  dance moves, stories and more. Easy search to find short and long videos with more activating or calming energy (we need both right now).

 

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New Victory Arts Break

Local treasure and presenter of performing arts for families New Victory Theatre shares opportunities for kids (and adults) to discover new skills.

Explore different forms of percussion from stepping to beat boxing with teaching artists and dance with choreographers . Activities recommended for ages 6-12, but anyone can watch and learn.

OBÉ FITNESS Kids

Online workout platform Obé has about a dozen kid-friendly videos featuring dance to Kidz Bop and a Nutcracker-inspired ballet class. Plus tons of adult classes in HIT, yoga, barre, and more (make sure you're moving too!). Use code ATHOME for a one month free trial.

 

Broadway Babysitters Virtual Private Lessons

Take virtual private lessons in everything from voice, piano, dance, ballet, yoga, flute, cello, violin, improv, and more with professionally trained sitters, some of whom happen to be Broadway veterans and stars. Get top-notch training while supporting the arts community whose livelihood has been deeply affected by COVID-19.

Lunar New Year Chinese Temple Bazaar

Flushing Town Hall’s annual Lunar New Year celebration goes virtual. Join lively performances, arts and crafts, and food demonstrations celebrating the arrival of the Year of the Ox. Includes traditional dances by the Nai-Ni Chen Dance Company, a new Chinese hand puppet production by Chinese Theatre Works, paper-cutting, classic new year dish demonstrations, and more.

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