**All listed resources are free unless otherwise noted.**
If you have free or low-cost virtual activities you’d like to see added,
please let me know!



  • AGH at Home – activities and collection content from the Art Gallery of Hamilton.
  • Canada’s National Ballet School – dance along videos, activities, and artist studies by age group.
  • Cleveland Inner City Ballet – Ballet instruction and tutorials for home! (Registration required through the Parent Portal)
  • EduHam at Home – access to source material, interviews, and behind-the-scenes goodies from Hamilton, and opportunities to create and showcase new musical performances.
  • Google Arts & Culture Collections – famous museums around the world offer online exhibits from their collections.
  • The Metropolitan Opera – streaming nightly recordings of performances starting March 16, through the end of the Met’s COVID-19 closure.
  • Scamper Theatre – weekly book re-enactments, dance parties, and imaginative play.
  • Theatre Fun With Sam Corey – Samantha is offering virtual theatre and movement classes for kiddos! She set up a Facebook group for updates and offerings. Sam is a lovely person and great with kids! COST: $10 per household, per class, no matter how many kids are in the house!
  • Time to Colour – a collection of downloadable Indigenous colouring pages from Woodland Cultural Centre. Ohhhh, it’s so beautiful!


  • Amazing Educational Resources – a mega-worksheet full of links to free and trial educational resources being offered by companies like Epic, Prodigy, and so many others.
  • Mystery Science – all of their easiest-from-home science lessons for grade school kids! There are educator and parent mini-lesson sign-ups available.
  • NASA Media Library – the entire online collection is now available for free!
  • Scholastic Learn at Home – 20 days of interactive learning resources.
  • Skype a Scientist – fill in a form to be matched with a scientist for a live Q&A.
  • Virtual Field Trips – a growing list of places like national parks and and museums, including live animal cams! I heartily recommend Polar Bears & the Tundra, a grouping of free 30 minute videos and accompanying educational materials by Discovery Education.