Below are this weekend’s additions to “Stuck at Home Doesn’t Have to Mean Bored at Home.”
Enjoy . . .
Home Not Alone (with Kids)
If you’re in need of some more ideas for entertaining kids, have a look at “COVID-19: Games and activities using typical household items.”
Really out of ideas? How about a homemade teddy bear?
Aquariums, Zoos, and Museums
The National Zoo is live streaming lions.
The Oklahoma City Zoo is live streaming its red panda family (until May 1).
The Edinburgh Zoo is live streaming penguins.
The Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary has a very cool virtual dive with sea lions, which lets you control the view.
Board and Other Games (without the Board or Boredom)
According to the New Jersey Stage, “Silver Creek Entertainment offers free access to games during covid-19 outbreak.”
In addition, Billboard has a post, “Here Are All the Live Streams & Virtual Concerts to Watch During Coronavirus Crisis (Updating)”
The New York Post reported that “Andrew Lloyd Webber will stream legendary Broadway shows free online,” and he did here.
The Society of Health and Physical Educators offers the “Paper Plate Tabata.”
Well, not new, but she’s such a good friend…
Movies / Videos
Fstoppers posted what purports to be “Footage From Victorian England Enhanced to 4K and 60 fps.” If it’s legitimate (which it appears to be), it’s really cool – and there are a whole bunch more, including, “A Trip Through Paris, France in late 1890s / Un voyage à travers Paris, 1890.”
Random / Other Lists
If you’re stuck apart from someone you’re dating, HuffPost offers, “15 Date Ideas In The Age Of Social Distancing.”
While it may be a little late for this information, the places I have been ordering food and supplies from are the following:
For another brief diversion, another of my all-time favorite YouTube videos …
But, if that’s not enough for you, this is the video “songified.”