Amid the coronavirus pandemic, many people are spending much more time at home, either alone or with family, and are looking for some fun things to do.
- “The Class” by Taryn Toomey: online or download the app. (14-day free trial)
- Obe Fitness: online or download the app. (7-day free trial. Also have classes for kids!)
- Melissa Wood Health: 7-day free trial.
- Core Power Yoga: Free full-length classes.
- Alo Moves: Follow along to free, full-length classes on YouTube.
- Scholastic released a Free Virtual Learning Resource Center.
- ‘Little Rebels’ is offering free online Instagram Live music classesfor young kids at 11:30am on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. They’re also continuously adding new live art classes and story time.
- Go Noodle gets kids up and moving to fun, engaging content and games. Every dance party, yoga session, mindfulness activity, and game session is an opportunity for kids to wake up their bodies, engage their minds, and be their best. They’re offering over 100 free videos.
- Hi Sawyer curates hundreds of online classes to help little ones learn at home and stay busy. Virtual music classes, coding, yoga, streaming storytime, online lessons, and art workshops for all ages.
- National Geographic Kids is free and is a great resource with fun and educational quizzes, videos, and articles to keep kids busy while helping them learn.
- Kennedy Center Artist-In-Residence Mo Willems is hosting a live drawing session at noon each day. Old sessions will also be available and archived.
- Adventure Valley Day Camp in Vaughan is doing daily “Camp At Home” activities via Facebook and Instagram, including Lego challenges and Facebook Live video fitness classes for kids.
- Fuel The Brain is a website dedicated to bringing you high-quality educational games, guides and printables that relate to core standards in elementary education.
- Sanity & Self app: includes therapy sessions, self-guided meditations & tools to help you sleep (first week free).
- Calm App: for sleep and meditation
- Headspace app: for sleep and meditation (first two weeks free).
- Your Meditation Station – Shine offers audio sessions for stress and anxiety.
- Reflectly is a personal journal and diary that aims to teach you how to reduce stress.
- Endel offers music and sounds to help you fall asleep.
- John Legend spent an hour playing viewers’ song requests on the piano. Wife Chrissy Teigen supported him nearby while there was even an appearance by baby Luna.
- Chris Martin of Coldplay not only performed for his fans, but also shared how he’s been affected by and coping with coronavirus pandemic.
- Keith Urban broadcast from the warehouse where he stores all of his tour equipment. His wife Nicole Kidman also made an appearance.
- Pink performed while also giving viewers a piano lesson.
- Charlie Puth shared a video of his at-home vocal practice. John Legend then nominated him for the next live Instagram concert so stay tuned for more!
Source: NBC Today