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.
The Huron-Clinton Metroparks are open but their programming is still happening virtually. Don’t miss the preschool-friendly songs, animal programming and more.
Enjoy virtual arts programming and crafts with the Ann Arbor Art Center. Interviews with local artists for older kids, too.
Got an animal enthusiast on your hands? The Detroit Zoo’s Facebook page features educational posts on the animals that live there.
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.
Take your child on a virtual tour around the state to see the beaches, the forests and much more.
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Kids can get colorful and creative with these fun and free coloring pages for kids, which include friendly monsters, Detroit Tigers, Disney characters and more.
Looking for things to do indoors with a young child or a child who has special needs? Here, we offer 8 creative indoor activities for kids of all abilities to try.
Find kid-friendly activities based on your child’s favorite flicks!
Berry-picking is great fun and good for social distancing. Find some sweet options at these u-pick berry farms in metro Detroit and Ann Arbor.
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