Maintaining a balance between work and home has become even more challenging now that home has also become an office and classroom for many, including Burke Managing Broker Brandy Goulet. Fortunately, there’s a plethora of learning opportunities available online, where you can find virtual field trips, science experiments for kids of every age, live storytelling events, art and craft classes, plus so much more.
Montshire at Home, from Montshire Museum of Science, includes downloadable activities, science projects you can do at home, community challenges and online exploration of science concepts. Vermont State Parks’ 2020 Venture Vermont Outdoor Challenge will help get everyone outside and provides an opportunity to get free entry into state parks. Seacoast Science Center in Rye, NH, offers a variety of experiments and activities you can do at home, such as a Nature Scavenger Hunt and Build a Boat Challenge. FieldTripDirectory.com has a compilation of virtual field trips from museums, national parks, aquariums and other venues around the country.
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