The sun is out and Portland’s in full bloom. While your typical Spring events are out of the question, there’s still plenty of fun things to do with your kiddos this weekend. From virtual events and festivities to activities you can do around your home, we’ve got you covered. Read on for things to do, to fight Spring fever with your favorite kiddos.

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Creativity Corner From Bay Area Children’s Theatre

Each episode of Creativity Corner invites youngsters to participate in the story that unfolds and suggests follow-up activities they can do on their own, inspired by the make-believe they’ve seen. Parents can submit their children’s creations to BACT. Fri., Sat & Sun. Event Details.

Riverbanks Zoo and Garden LIVE

Riverbanks Zoo, in Columbia, SC, is streaming Z-Learning live on their Facebook page every weekday at 10 a.m. Meet and learn about animals! Fri., Sat. & Sun. Event Details.

Gatorland School of Croc

Join Gatorland Orlando, the Alligator Capital of the World, as they go live for School of Croc.  Learn about all the animals that call Gatorland home. Fri., & Sat. & Sun.  Event Details.

Sing Along With Miss Jamie From the Farm

Beloved Chicago children’s musician Miss Jamie takes the kids on an imagination journey to her “farm”. There, they sing and dance to songs both familiar and new and they’ll even learn a little something, too! This 30-minute concert is high energy and best enjoyed by kids ages 2-8, but babies and their grown-ups will love it, as well. Sat. Event Details.

A Faery Hunt Virtual Visits and Parties

A Faery Hunt is offering one-on-one real-time live-streaming interactive fun visits with their wonderful and talented faeries, mermaids, gnomes, trolls and other Faery Hunt characters. Sat. Event Details.

Spring Sunday From the Rockefeller Center

Enjoy free music, live performances, and entertaining activities including puppet shows, book readings, art workshops, wellness lessons, and more. Sun. Event Details.

Prepare for Easter

Prepare for this Easter At Home with a little help from the team at Red Tri. Use this guide.

Long-Term Projects

Start one of these long-term projects at home and keep your kiddos busy for a real long time.

—Annette Benedetti