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
See Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax performed and streamed live from iconic Old Vic stage in London. Staged in celebration of the story’s 50th anniversary of publication, David Greig and Charlie Fink’s Olivier Award-nominated adaptation, directed by Max Webster, is inventively transformed into a semi-staged pint-size version to keep young (and older) minds entertained, enchanted…More Info
Join unlimited live, interactive shows and classes, every hour, on the hour daily from 3-7 pm. Try dance, music, performing arts, STEM, creative arts, yoga and more in classes like Musical Madlibs and Super Adventure Bootcamp with friendly, energetic instructors and other kids from around the world. Adventures combine immersive storylines, magical characters, and character-building…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.
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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
Join live virtual art-making classes with Guggenheim educators. Explore images of the museum’s architecture, artwork from the museum’s permanent collection and special exhibitions. Includes guided dialogue around a selection of artworks and process-oriented art-making projects focus on a new theme each week. Kids will be encouraged to continue working independently after the class. All are…More Info
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…More Info
Meet a new instrument each week and learn the fundamentals of rhythm and timbre, all in a relaxed and inviting atmosphere. Dance, sing, and clap along with professional musicians playing to sing-along favorites, Bach, Mozart, and more. Meet the violin, viola, cello, piano, french horn, trombone, trumpet, clarinet, and other orchestra instruments.
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Explore works of art in Brooklyn Museum collection through interactive games and activities, designed for kids ages 4–8 and their caregivers. Each session features a different activity inspired by kids’ homes and the things in them that make us feel cared for and secure—whether creating our own mini habitats or going on home scavenger hunts.…More Info