Virtual Field Trips for Kids
Having kids at home for around a month now will get interesting, especially if you run out of ideas to keep them occupied. Here is a list of some virtual field trips you kids can enjoy all while sitting on the couch!
This zoo has a website filled with all sorts of activities for your kids to enjoy. They can see videos of the zoo and animals, along with many activities and games to play.
You read that correctly, you can actually go and see Mars! Google allows this to be possible. While they are currently updating their website, you can see Mars through their 360 mode.
There are many zoos and other animal places that have cameras so you can see some fun animals throughout your day without leaving your home!
Some of these places include:
San Diego Zoo allows you to see the live-action of some animals
Monterey Bay Aquarium also has live cameras to watch their animals
At Zoo Atlantic allows you to see their Pandas
The Houston Zoo also has six animal cameras
At the Georgia Aquarium, you can see jellyfish, whales, and many more animals
A Canadian site has eleven tours you can take on a farm. These include pigs, cows, apple, minks, and egg farms!
This museum is located in Huntsville Alabama. You can see the Saturn 5 Rocket all thanks to a father and son who visited the museum themselves and shared their experience on Youtube.
Discovery Education is another great site where they have tons of virtual tours you can go on from your home. Some of these tours include:
Travel to France and enjoy seeing all the artwork at The Louvre.
Next, be sure to stop at the Great Wall of China and take in its amazing scenery.
Another fun virtual field trip is the Boston Children’s Museum. With this tour, you can see three floors of this museum!
These fun virtual field trips will keep your kids from becoming bored at home. They are educational and fun as well! Spread them out through the next couple of days and weeks to help your kids stay happy while being at home all day long.