For adults (and maybe kids)
Especially for kids
- Sesame Street and Autism – Coronavirus-related tips for families with autistic children, including language and strategies for providing comfort, creating routines, and staying physically and psychologically healthy as a family. There are videos featuring Julia, her family, and Sesame Street friends, plus a special animation featuring Julia and her beloved stuffed bunny ‘Fluffster’.
- Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems – Join Mo Willems, The Kennedy Center’s artist in residence, in his studio for weekday lunch doodles. There are 15 video episodes, each with downloadable activities. (The Kennedy Center is named after JFK and is the Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C).
- Dance games – a list of games available on different gaming consoles.
- Apps, websites, and video games – to inspire running, jumping, and more to stay active.
- NGV Kids at home – Choose from activity sheets and e-books for free things to do at home or school. Print or take inspiration with paper and pencils at hand. Transform the kitchen table into a table-top studio and turn potential boredom into productivity.
- Singing games – Theta Music Trainer. Games to improve singing.
- The Full Voice – vocal activities for young singers, including free resources.
- Mini Maestros – music workshops for pre-schoolers. They are offering online classes and a free lesson to try it out.
- Couch Choir – an online alternative to the popular Pub Choir movement that can’t host in-person events. Anyone can participate by learning the song and recording themselves singing – no talent required! The current one is due to finish on 19 March but there are likely to be more coming up.
- Melbourne Symphony Orchestra – live stream their concerts.