From craft projects and science experiments to virtual puppet shows and concerts, Sandcastles Children's Museum has activities to keep your kids busy during the stay-at-home order.
Tuesday is puppet show day by The 3 Sisters Puppeteers. Tune in to enjoy fairy tales and fables with your favorite characters.
Wacky Wednesday is another popular segment, featuring Mrs. Eriksen’s demonstrative science experiments. Keep learning active with these fun and engaging activities.
Adam Knudsen and his daughter, Lucy, broadcast children’s music from every Friday on Facebook Live. Adam is a regular performer with guitar and vocals on the Sandcastles stage, but since we are all stationed at home, he brings the concert direct to you from his living room. You won’t want to miss “If You’re Happy and You Know It”; “Baa, Baa Black Sheep”; “If I Had a Million Dollars” or your special request.
Sprinkled throughout the week, you might find demonstrations or instructions on the Facebook page, using ordinary household items to create “Fun Food,” spring flowers and weather binoculars. Check out Sandcastles for these free activities, ideal for preschoolers and elementary-aged children!