Olaf has volunteered to entertain us and Disney has obliged!  Disney has made new shorts they are debuting on Twitter in case all you really need it a warm hug.


Join the Akron Zoo on their Facebook page everyday at noon ET for their Lunch and Learn virtual visits. Experts will take you through exhibits and even give you the change to ask questions during the live event!


Andrew Lloyd Webber musicals are now being shown every Friday on YouTube because even in times like these “The Shows Must Go On!”


If you’re struggling with how to handle isolation, take some tips from people who know about it more than anyone; astronauts.  Find out what they have to say about it here.


The Cincinnati Zoo may be closed but that doesn’t mean the entertainment stops.  They are holding Facebook Lives everyday at 3PM EDT that stars a different animal and even has an activity you can do at home.  RSVP here.


Did you know you could take virtual hikes of 31 different National Parks through Google Earth?  It’s legit.  Find them here.


An English Fitness Coach named Joe Wicks is giving daily online P.E. classes for kids on his YouTube Channel. These workouts are kid friendly, only last a half hour and don’t need much space so they can be done indoors. Find them here.


Peters Township Public Library in McMurray, PA has developed a FREE online interactive Harry Potter Escape Room! You get to watch movie clips, answer questions, explore Gringotts and learn spells! To start your magical adventure, click here.


If you need something for the kids to do, Code Break offers a live, weekly webcast to teach students computer science at home, even offering learning options for students without computers.


If you can’t go out, you might as well learn something.  There are multiple online sources offering free classes! https://www.news5cleveland.com/news/coronavirus/free-online-classes-for-adults-to-take-up-during-social-distancing


Are you bored at home and feel like you’ve watched everything there is to watch on Hulu or Netflix?  Or maybe you want a little more science for the kids during the longest Spring Break ever.  The Georgia Aquarium has web cams streaming animals live in many of their exhibits.   So, if you’re in the mood for jellyfish, beluga whales, penguins, sea lions, otters or some other under sea creature, the Georgia Aquarium has a cam for you.   Find them all right here: https://www.georgiaaquarium.org/webcam/ocean-voyager/


Did you stock up on toilet paper for the coming zombie apocalypse?  You’re going to need something to do with those toilet paper rolls.  Check this link for some cute crafts you and your little ones can do together: https://www.lovebugsandpostcards.com/5-fun-toilet-paper-roll-crafts/