Check out these great resources with early childhood virtual programming!
There are many great resources available that provide educational programs VIRTUALLY during this time of social distancing. Check out the links below for story times, music programs, hands-on science experiments, and other fun activities that you can enjoy from home with your children. Check out a list of other top Children's Museums providing online programs here.
And of course, don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel to enjoy fun programs online with ABCM staff!
The Museum of Science & Industry
The Museum of Science & Industry, Chicago is offering "Science at Home" - virtual programming that allows kids to complete hands-on science activities from home.
Experience Curiosity LabsTM at Home by Millipore Sigma!
Kidspace Children's Museum
Kidspace Children's Museum recently launched their "Kidspace at Home- Virtual Learning & Play Resources" page for families to access a variety of science, art, maker, and early learner activities as well as resources for children and families. Story Time and Music Time programs are available on their youtube page in English and Spanish.
Wisconsin Children's Museums
Many facilities are currently closed due to the pandemic, however Children’s Museums around the state and nation continue to offer online resources to keep our children’s minds and bodies active during this difficult time. You can access these resources via the Association of Children’s Museums website. Click on the links below to learn more about each Children's Museum and the virtual programs, tips, and resources that they have to offer.
- Betty Brinn Children’s Museum (Milwaukee)
- The Building for Kids Children’s Museum (Appleton)
- Central Wisconsin Children’s Museum (Stevens Point)
- Children’s Museum of Eau Claire
- Children's Museum of Fond Du Lac
- Children’s Museum of Green Bay
- Children’s Museum of La Crosse
- Madison Children’s Museum
- Northwoods Children’s Museum (Eagle River)
Reciprocal Network Resources
Take advantage of these wonderful resources within our community!
Junior Achievement of Wisconsin
Junior Achievement (JA) helps students realize the education they are getting today will help them to have a bright future tomorrow. JA's unique, volunteer delivered programs, show students all of the possibilities that lie before them. They realize they can choose different paths: attend college, enter a specific trade, or start their own business. Through your participation with JA as an organization or as an individual, you will impact the students in our community.