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This has been and continues to be a challenging time for families adjusting to a new normal. We’ve created some resource lists to help families with ideas on entertaining children and adults while inside with both fun and educational activities!

We’ve also included some resources on talking to children about COVID-19. Knowing that kids hear information from a variety of sources, it can be helpful in easing anxiety to talk through what they know and what questions they may have.


For specific questions or resource help, reach out to our Children’s Services Coordinator at 617 770 4065 x 320.


  • GoNoodle
    Can be downloaded as an app “GoNoodle” or “GoNoodle Games” or used online Videos to get kids moving, topics include: educational subjects, social emotional wellness, mindfulness, sensory or motor skills


  • Duolingo
    Can be downloaded as an app “Duolingo” or used online
    Provides lessons for learning a new language using games


  • Mystery Science
    Science lessons using videos and quiz assessments, limited number of free memberships released each week




  • Brain Pop
    Lessons in various subjects using videos, quiz assessments, and games


  • Star Fall
    Educational games for ages pre-K through 3rd grade


  • ABC Ya!
    Educational games for ages pre-K through 6th grade





  • Cosmic Kids Yoga
    On YouTube & available on the app store “Cosmic Kids”
    Yoga, relaxation, & mindfulness for kids; themed videos – i.e. Frozen, Moana, pirates, animals, etc.


  • The Body Coach TV
    On YouTube
    Different work out series for kids & adults; for kids – P.E with Joe, for adults – varying levels & lengths of workouts







  • FitOn
    In App Store, downloadable to phone or tablet
    At home workouts varying in length, type, & level


  • Map My Run
    In App store, downloadable to phone
    Tracks runs & measures progress



  • Yogaworks



Virtual Story time


Virtual Tours & Live Animal Videos


Activities & Games


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