Ideas for Families

Visit the Denver Museum of Nature & Science to Watch, Do, and Teach. and learn about space burps, dinosaurs on your dinner table and even Colorado cannibals!

National Geographic is a great resource for parents offering both online and offline ideas to help you educate and keep your kiddos active at home.  New ideas every week right here at [email protected]

Crackle Homeschool Channel has some relief for parents with free, educational content like Baby Einstein Classics.

Home Schooling from the BBC’s Bitesize Daily featuring geography lessons from David Attenborough, and other lessons from rugby players, pop stars and even Dr. Who!

The Caribu App, a video calling/conferencing favorite of grandparents, is now available thanks to funding from AT&T until May 24.  Play games, read to your grandkids and keep in touch with family through this fun app!

Travel the World or Take a Hike

Top 7 virtual tours, including Machu Picchu, from Harpers Bazaar.

Go to Egypt and visit a 5,000 year old royal tomb.

Visit 7 Spectacular Libraries Around the Globe

13 National Parks You Can Virtually Hike (you’ll need Google Chrome to properly access Google Earth)

Nearby and less traveled hiking while practicing Good Social Distancing from

Virtual Museums – some much to see and experience from major institutions to the offbeat

The Frick Museum 360 Tour of their Garden Court

Explore Museums, Palaces, Banksy Street Art and even the Great Pyramid of Giza at Google Arts & Culture

Let there be Music!

303Magazine created a list of academies and individuals teaching music lessons across Colorado that you can take from the comfort of your own home. If you’re going to pick up a new skill, you might as well learn from the local best of the best.