Practicing social distancing is key to preventing the spread of the coronavirus, which is why Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has issued a stay-in-place order for the state of Michigan.
Families all over the Mitten State will be confined for weeks but that doesn’t mean you can’t have some fun at home. Not sure how to keep your baby or toddler entertained? Read on for some fun virtual ideas.
Every Sunday evening at 7 p.m. until May 31, the Mall at Partridge Creek hosts this story time. A different community member will choose a children’s book selection to read.
Got an animal enthusiast on your hands? The Detroit Zoo’s Facebook page features educational posts on the animals that live there.
This small family farm goes live on Facebook to talk about the inner workings of a farm. Tune in to learn about all their chickens, sheep and other critters.
This global initiative uses Nickelodeon characters from beloved shows like SpongeBob SquarePants, Blue’s Clues and Bubble Guppies to promote healthy living through short videos, downloadable activities and more.
Miss Allie, a certified Michigan art educator from Kalamazoo, takes to Facebook multiple times throughout the day to entertain little ones with live readings of beloved classic kids’ books.
Every weekday, the folks at the Michigan Science Center will be hosting live online presentations.