While we may be hunkering down with our families these days, we can still enjoy all the wonderful activities that Dallas has to offer. Our virtual events calendar is loaded with things to do with kids at home, and we even have some virtual activities just for DFW kids below. Get ready to have some at-home fun!

photo: Perot Museum

Amaze Your Brain at Home with the Perot Museum

Have no fear, the Museum is still here! Amaze Your Brain at Home and watch your favorite concepts from the Museum come to life. The museum staff will share fun ways to explore nature and science at home and in your backyard—all while using the most common household objects and supplies.

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Bring the Dallas Zoo to You

From virtual visits and  chats with staff, to showing what the animals are up to and posting activity ideas from  education and conservation teams, the Dallas Zoo wants to use this time to continue to engage, educate, inspire and ultimately bring a smile to your face. 

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Visit the Dallas Arboretum from Home

Stay updated with images from the Dallas Arboretum, and enjoy the Video, "Experience The Beauty of the Dallas Arboretum in Full Summer Bloom". Browse their website for striking weekly updates of these incredible gardens, you won't be disappointed as you stroll through their gallery of weekly updates in anticipation of the garden opening again soon for the delight of all ages. 

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SPARK! Creative at Home

SPARK! is creating cool do-at-home projects for you and your child to create during this time. New videos with step-by-step instructions are uploaded frequently to their YouTube channel and shared on Facebook page.

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Kid Cooking with Joe the Baker

Joe the Baker is hosting Quarantine Cooking live streams on Facebook each weekday at 3 p.m. Join in for some kid-friendly cooking fun!

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Cliburn Kids with Buddy Bray

Take a break from at-home school studies to have some music fun, as we explore rhythm, storytelling, dance, and listening games. Buddy Bray—Cliburn artistic advisor and co-author of the Cliburn in the Classroom signature in-school program—will lead kids on short (7- to 10-minute), entertaining, and educational journeys, twice a week. Past programs are available now at Cliburn.org/kids.

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Check Out Our MASSIVE Virtual Events Calendar

For more virtual fun every day of the week, head to our virtual events calendar. You'll find dance classes, scavenger hunts, animal encounters, drawing classes and MORE!

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—Kate Loweth

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