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Our Top Online Resources for Kids

Posted 12th Apr 2020


Are you struggling for ways to keep the kids entertained at home? We have pulled together some of our favourite virtual resources to give you a helping hand.

Chester Zoo

Chester Zoo have been offering live tours for children. These virtual “zoo days” offer everything from meerkats, pandas, elephants and more!

You can enjoy some of their past tours on their YouTube channel.

Source: @chesterzoo on Instagram

Joe Wicks

We are sure you have already seen this one on social media, but it is worth shouting about again! Joe Wicks has been live streaming daily PE lessons for kids over on his YouTube channel. These fun half hour videos are a brilliant way to get the little ones moving.

Click here to check out Joe's YouTube channel and see some of his past lessons.

Disney’s Destination of Imagination

Disney’s Destination of Imagination offers a variety of kid’s activities; from games, learning to animate, keeping active and more.

Check it out.

Check out Disney's Destination of Imagination for craft ideas and more

Dyson’s Challenge Cards

Dyson’s engineers have taken the time to create six challenges you can complete using items found at home. From their shoebox periscope to a marble run, these challenges will unlock some creativity!

Head over to their website to find out more.

Virtual Museum Tours

If you are missing visits to Aberdeen Art Gallery during this period, several galleries and museums are offering virtual tours.

A particular favourite of ours was the British Museum’s interactive tour. This is a great option for kids who want to be hands on and get involved. Travel through time and view the exhibits in a completely new way!

See the British Museum Interactive Tour here.

See The British Museum in a new light