The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has resulted in many children continuing their education from home. But it can’t be all science and math, right? Here are some resources for you and your child to explore your creative sides.
Discover dance, music, theater, and visual art through this vast collection of educational videos and resources.
Arts and Crafts
Join well-known children's author and illustrator, Mo Willems, in his studio to explore drawing, writing, and new ways to create. Episodes feature the beloved characters from his books Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus and Elephant and Piggie.
Take a behind-the-scenes look at how Pixar artists do their jobs. Learn about story telling, color science, and lighting - even create your own animations!
From our blog: learn how to make cloud dough, a fun activity for kids.
Learn how to make your own pinwheels using items you already have at home.
A child life specialist at Cincinnati Children's recommends these activities that are compatible with social distancing.
Tour the world's museums from right where you are. Watch a 360° video tour, zoom into high-definition artworks, or learn about different artists, mediums, or movements.
Take a 360° tour of the Louvre's exhibition "The Advent of the Artist" in the Petite Galerie, including artworks from Delacroix, Rembrandt or Tintoretto.
Introduce your child to classical music through this fun, interactive website from Cincinnati Public Radio. Each week features a new composer along with games and activities. You can even compose your own music!
Explore daily music lessons, watch CSO musicians demonstrate their instruments, or try the musical crafts and activities for the whole family.
The Children's Theatre of Cincinnati offers virtual resources to enjoy from anywhere. Find full performances, interviews, contests, crafts, games, lessons, and more.
Find your green thumb with dozens of fun, easy gardening activities for kids and families. Grow new plants from kitchen scraps, plant a butterfly garden, make your own botanical paper, or go on a garden scavenger hunt.
Gardeners lead virtual tours of the world's largest tulip garden. Enjoy the beauty of over 7 million spring blooms.