During this stressful and unprecedented time at home with our little ones, I am trying my best to find online opportunities to keep my toddler engaged. My 2 1/2 year old daughter, even though she’s not currently in school, is constantly out and about and learning as we play. We are already missing our music class, gym class, and preschool play class that we attend regularly. For this reason, I have reached out to friends online and also researched myself to share virtual classes that have either been set up during this Covid-19 Quarantine or have already been running that would be fun and interactive for your littles while we’re at home. I hope you find these at-home learning opportunities a way for you and your child to connect while also connecting with others. I will continue to update this list as I learn about more virtual classes for our kids.
Virtual Classes for Our Little Ones:
-Kids yoga practice
-Live music classes held on their Facebook page
-Virtual zoo tours updated daily
-Live circle time for preschoolers
-Themed activities shared daily
-Live competitions for kids activities on their Facebook page
-Sign up and register for toddler, preschool, and music classes online through Zoom
-Virtual Field Trips
-New animal live shows each day at 3 pm.
-Live story time on Instagram Live at noon
-Live puppet shows daily
-Every day learn to doodle with the author of Elephant and Piggie and the Pigeon books!
-Picture books read aloud by celebrities
-Daily online classes, on demand classes, and activity ideas
-Get your little ones wiggles out with the most fun on demand videos! I always used the indoor recess videos for my students as well. “Pop See Ko” is a personal favorite!
-Local My Gym indoor playgrounds are sharing exercise videos on their Facebook pages
-Join Erin from Littles Love Learning every Tuesday & Thursday for Interactive storytime
-First steps online music class for babies and toddlers
I will continue to update this list as more opportunities become available online for our little ones while we’re all learning and playing at home. Stay safe, healthy, and remember that we’re all in this together.