If you're struggling to keep your kids entertained (especially in a productive way), don't fear! There's plenty of fun -- and often times educational -- ways to stay busy, and we're making a list of some of them.
Zoos and Aquariums
Zoos across America are giving virtual tours for people of all ages to interact with their animals. From ZooAmerica in Hershey to Monterey Bay, California, you can find live webcams and daily "home safaris."
ZooAmerica: Facebook Live with Animals, every weekday at 11AM
Philadelphia Zoo: Penguin Cam
Smithsonian National Zoo: 4 Live Webcams, with naked mole rats, lions, pandas, and elephants
Cincinnati Zoo: Daily "Home Safari" videos featuring different animals
Monterey Bay Aquarium: 10 Live Webcams, including otters, turtles, penguins, and sharks
Shedd Aquarium: Live nesting updates from their penguins, who are currently waddling around the aquarium looking at fish
Art and Activities
For a full list of museums you can check out online, click here.
Lunch Doodles with famous children's author Mo Willems: Here
Search for art tutorials on Youtube, there's thousands!
Learn an instrument! Again, there's thousands of online tutorials on Youtube
DIY.org is offering 90% off on thousands of hands-on projects for kids. Click here and use code TOGETHER
Math and Science
Explore Oklahoma's State Parks with an interactive Earth Science online tour
Skype a scientist! This free program is offering families a chance to choose a field their kid loves, and talk with a real scientist in that field. And yes, they are open for families, not just classrooms.
Learn to code! MIT's Scratch program is a fun way for kids to learn to code through games and activities.
Learning New Things
Scholastic is offering all of their online courses for free.
If storytime isn't exciting enough when Mom or Dad read, try a celebrity. Storyline Online has dozens of stories read aloud by celebrities from Chris Pine to Betty White. Even Oprah reads a story!
PBS Kids offers free educational games and apps for kids, often using characters from beloved PBS shows
Crossword puzzles, Sudoku, and word searches are always a great time-killer.
It can't all be education! Universal is offering their current slate of movies on-demand, as well as on Apple and Amazon. That includes "Emma," "The Hunt" and "The Invisible Man"
Call, FaceTime or Skype your family and friends and chat or play a game over the phone!
When all else fails, spend an entire day playing Monopoly!