Resource Roundup Part 2: Even More Ideas to Keep the Kiddos Entertained
Updated: Apr 2
Stay tuned to RME's Facebook page every weekday at 10 am for a live music lab experience.
Join the Davenport Public Library every Tuesday and Thursday at 10 am on Facebook to read some stories, sing some songs, and hopefully brighten up your day.
Head on over to The Mad Potter's Facebook page to pick out the pottery you'd like to create. Call our email them and you can pick up the project within 24 hours.
Living Proof Exhibit as started The Birdhouse Project, a community-wide program to create birdhouses for cancer patients and those impacted by cancer. Purchase a bird house online, decorate it, and have it displayed at the Figge Art Museum for the opening celebration of Living Proof Exhibit's 10th annual exhibition of cancer survivor art on September 24.
Join the Special Olympics and WWE Superstar Becky Lynch to work out five times a week to help you stay fit and reach your fitness goals.
Join McHarper Arts every weekday at Noon to work on a new arts and crafts project. The projects are geared toward elementary-aged kids but anyone can watch and enjoy.
Left Brain Craft Brain has gathered together 28 days worth of STEM activities including electric play dough, homemade pan flutes, a rubber band car, and more.
Mommy Poppins pulls together a large list of fun science experiment to do using basic household items like milk, vinegar, baking soda and more.
Each weekday at 11 am the Brookfield Zoo will be featuring one of their animals as well as plenty of educational, informative insight from their Animal Care Specialists.
Download this coloring book that celebrates inclusion and diversity. This collection of illustrations was made with the intent for individuals with unique circumstances to see pieces of their own worlds in a positive, happy way, and to also provide a jumping off place for curious minds to ask questions if they see something that feels unfamiliar.