Children's Museum of Houston daily virtual learning

The nation has virtually shut down to help alleviate the spread of the coronavirus. While shutting down schools, churches, and other public gathering places is a necessary measure, the move hasn’t been easy on many parents who are now having to work from home while also struggling to keep their kids educated and occupied. Luckily, the Children’s Museum of Houston is here to help. The museum has announced a Daily Virtual Learning schedule full of educational and entertaining content designed to help families during this time of need.

The museum is closed until at least April as local, state, and federal health officials monitor the developing coronavirus outbreak. To maintain their award-winning level of community engagement, the Children’s Museum of Houston posted their Daily Virtual Learning Broadcast Schedule to their social media platforms this week, writing that “Our educators and staff are bringing the Museum to you and extending learning at home with activities, experiments, stories, music, performances and more!”

The daily schedule is as follows:

  • 10:15 am: Mr. O on Facebook
  • 11:15 am: English storytime on Instagram
  • 12:15 pm: Educator moment on Facebook
  • 1:15 pm: Bilingual storytime on Instagram
  • 3:15 pm: Toddler Time on YouTube

Already comments on the museum’s Facebook page have been overwhelmingly positive. Kids need a sense of normalcy during these stressful times, and all of the changes going on around them can be difficult. By establishing a new daily routine with the museum’s Daily Virtual Learning schedule, you can help your kids through this strange and frightening period.

Follow the Children’s Museum of Houston on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube to stay updated with the museum’s Daily Virtual Learning.

In addition to following the Children’s Museum’s Daily Virtual Learning, be sure to check out our guides on the best educational YouTube channels, fun indoor activities for kids and families, and at-home Spring Break activities now that, well, every day is Spring Break for the foreseeable future.

Hang in there. This too shall pass.