~ When boredom strikes, visit these sites! ~

Click on the links below for fun youth activities surrounding exploration, animals, science, the arts, facts, books, stories, and more.




Calendar of Virtual Field Trips for Families - March, April, May


75+ Entertaining and Educational Activities for When You're Stuck Indoors


Scholastic Learn at Home - Day by day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing. 


2020 Online Videos and Activites for Kids during COVID 19 




Everything girl


Fact Monster




Kid’s CD-ROM’s


Lakeshore Museum Center At Home 


Kid Friendly Recipes


Movement and Exercise


Cosmic Kids Yoga


Art and Creativity


Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems!


Art Hub for Kids


Dav Pilkey's Virtual Drawing Classes




Virtual Vitamin Z - Detroit Zoo


San Diego Zoo Kids


National Aquarium - Baltimore



- San Diego Zoo Cam

- Monterey Bay Acquarium

- Panda Cam at Zoo Atlanta

- Houston Zoo Cam

- Georgia Acquarium




Levar Burton Reads - Storytimes


Goodnight with Dolly - Storytimes


Operation Storytime 


Virtual Tours


Virtual Tour of The White House and other Buildings


University of Michigan - Museum of Natural History


 Little House Virtual Tour


Tour Yellowstone National Park


The Great Wall of China


Museum of Flight - Seattle


Little House Virtual Tour


On the Shores of the Great Lakes


Science and Discovery


Connect 3 - Stories of Innovation - The Henry Ford


Storytime From Space 


Access Mars


Discovery Education - Tundra Connections 


Farm Food 360


Free CS Courses during COVID 19 

A safe place for kids of all ages to play online games.


Learning Vocabulary Can Be Fun


Nick jr.


PBS Kids




700+ Great Sites: Amazing, Spectacular, Mysterious, Colorful Web Sites for Kids and the Adults Who Care About Them

Built and maintained by members of the American Library Association who work with children and with the Internet every day, this site links to great sites not only for children and young adults but also for parents, caregivers, home schooling families, educators, storytellers, and librarians