Things to Stream in Your Home Week of March 19

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School’s out, and social distancing is in. So now what? Keeping the kids busy, on a schedule, active and interested is key to survival. To help keep the whole family happy, and still inspire learning and good health, people and places around the country are streaming live videos for your personal viewing. Here, we rounded up the best things to stream and watch in in your home during the quarantine.


From the Guggenheim to the Louvre, more than 500 museums from around the world are offering FREE virtual walk-throughs through Google’s Arts and Cultures page. Get your culture fix from the comfort of your couch – leggings welcome. Plus, it’s a great way to educate kids of all ages about different art.


You may be working from home, so why not workOUT from home? Overall health and wellness is more important than ever, and an easy way to do so is through a virtual fitness class. Fitness apps such as Daily Burn, which lets you customize your workout, or Alo Moves, which offers yoga, fitness and meditation. Or, check out the YMCA of Greater Bergen County’s free at-home exercises. For kids, practice yoga, mindfulness and relaxation with Cosmic Kids Yoga. You can customize the theme based on your child’s interests (Frozen anyone?)


If you’re busy trying to do your own work from home, let others do the teaching for a while. Mo Willems will doodle with your child every weekday at 1 pm, because of the Kennedy Center closure. WowMomsWorld Paramus is hosting videos from cooking to art to workouts, with plenty of special guests. Cincinnati Zoo is hosting Home Safari Facebook Live at 3 pm, with special guests Fiona the hippo. Mad Science of the Mid Hudson is also sharing simple at-home science experiments using things you probably have lying around the house. For a quick music lesson, join Matty Roxx and Kaplen JCC on the Palisades Neil Klatskin Summer Camps for a Virtual Shabbat Sing on Friday March 20 at 10 am. Or, get a taste of nature with Tenafly Nature Center's animal and nature crafts videos. Your child has experts at their fingertips to learn and get inspired from.


If the day has you feeling like you ran a marathon, and bedtime can come quickly enough, here are some cool plans. For Frozen lovers, Josh Gad (aka Olaf) will read your child a bedtime story at 7 pm on twitter. Just check out his twitter profile and let his comforting, lovable voice calm any stressed-out kid (or yourself).


Always dreamed of going to the opera? Make it a date night (kids optional!) and take in a free digital show. New York’s Metropolitan Opera is streaming performances of some of the world’s best operas every night at 7:30 through Sunday, March 22. Or, if Broadway is more your speed, chose from a number or shows on Broadway HD and spend way more for much less than a ticket. Now that’s music to our ears.

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