Tag Archives: online activity
Source: Girls Who Code Girls Who Code offers a huge archive of Code At Home activities for kids to discover. Create a public service announcement to stand up for mother nature, learn digital art, play a game where you create and catch a meteor, go through their step-by-step activist toolkit series, learn the text-based language […]
Source: nypl.org The New York Public Library offers lots of ways for you to explore STEAM concepts and develop your skills! By having fun with STEAM activities and programs, you’ll learn concepts and gain skills that can set you up for creative, scientific, and collaborative thinking now and in the future. Access the New York […]
Watch the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra web series Manitoba Mosaic online now! In this series, Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra RBC Assistant Conductor (and new Manitoban) Naomi Woo takes a journey to discover what makes Manitoba the unique and wonderful place that it is – the people, the places, the music, and the seasons. Watch all four episodes […]
Source: folklorama.ca/event/learn-how-to-irish-dance Learn the basics of Irish dance techniques and traditions in a fun, free workshop from Folklorama, suitable for all ages and abilities! Get top quality Irish dance instruction by the award-winning dancers from McConnell Irish Dance who will show you how to get started and have fun. This workshop takes place Friday, March […]
Source: sasksciencecentre.com/real-science-real-fun The Saskatchewan Science Centre in Regina has an online archive of science activities for kids and families that are accessible anytime. Discover recent posts about the Mpemba Effect, the phases of the moon, a whole series dedicated to exploring the elements, and much more!
Source: safeathomemb.ca There’s a huge variety of online and winter/spring activities for families to discover as part of Safe At Home Manitoba‘s grant supported programming. Check out Portage la Prairie Library’s Kids Activity Kits, Wildlife Haven’s That’s So Wild mini series, Sport Manitoba’s Fit Kids Healthy Kids resources (pictured), Bibliothèque Taché Library’s What Happens Next? […]
Source: bhmwinnipeg.com Come and learn some theatre skills from local Black talent this weekend! Black History Manitoba and the ANANSI School for the Performing Arts are hosting two drama workshops on Sunday, February 21, open to children and youth ages 4-16. Two groups will happen: the 3:00 to 3:45pm time slot will be for children […]
Source: idtech.com/blog/black-history-month-stem-activities For Black History Month, try an internet scavenger hunt that focuses on Black trailblazers. Our modern world has been shaped by so many Black scientists, mathematicians, doctors, inventors, and other trailblazers in STEM fields. This Black History Month, let’s honour their achievements, reflect on their legacies, and celebrate those creating the future.
Source: Folklorama Join Folklorama for their online winter programming this month! On January 22 at 7:00PM, Folkorama hosts an online learning session, The Songs of the Pow Wow, with artist Ray Stevenson. On January 29 at 7:00PM, they host Prairie Owls Beads’ own Julie Desrochers for a workshop on Métis beading, For the Love of […]
Source: Facebook The 22nd annual #CPHolidayTrain is back. And this year, its first—and only—stop is your home! Although the Canadian Pacific train might look a bit different this year, they’re keeping the spirit of Christmas alive with a virtual concert via Facebook Live on Saturday, December 12 to raise money for food banks across North […]