CDC & things

CLICK HERE for the CDC homepage!

CLICK HERE for Chuck Bentley, host of “My Moneylife” from Crown Financial Ministries has a special page with resources for the current economic situation, including information on setting up a crisis budget, a needs vs. wants worksheet, tips on saving and on being generous in this difficult time.
What do you do when you run out of ways to entertain the kids? We have some resources and we updating this list often!
The Kindle edition of “A to Z Summer Fun: Ideas to Inspire Family Fun” is free for a couple of days. Click here to find on Amazon.
Instagram account Nanny Chaser appears to be a toddler whisper…let’s be honest I think those activities could keep me occupied for a while. Click here to access @NannyChaser
Cincinnati Zoo will have a Facebook Live event every day at 2 pm (Central) featuring and animal and an activity kids can do at home. Click here to visit their Facebook page.
Load the kids in the car, drive around the block and come back home and have a virtual trip to Yellowstone National Park…Click here.
Got an animal lover or two in the family? San Diego Zoo has a great kids page you can find here. You will also want to check out their LIVE cams featuring several different animals.
So, those LIVE cams are pretty amazing, huh? Here are some more…Monterey Bay AquariumAtlanta Zoo Panda CamHouston ZooGeorgia Aquarium.

Dress up like a farmer and take a farm tour in your living room…click here.

How about a virtual trip that is out of this world?! Click here for a 360° tour of Mars.
Looking for some culture and sophistication? Check out the virtual tours of The Lourve!
While you are touring the world why not check out the Great Wall of China.
It is possible you will find some inspiration while virtually touring 3 floors of Boston Children’s Museum. Click here to get started.
In case your kids run out of ideas for those Legos, you can find 30 days worth of activities here.
They aren’t just about book fairs and book orders, Scholastic has some online learning tools as well.
How about a trip to Disney to ride some rides? No height requirement on these Point of View videos.
 One of your kids favorite author/illustrators, Mo Willems (“Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus”) is offering daity doodle sessions on your tube. Find the videos here.
Bible studies and coloring pages! Click Here!