Self-Care for Self-Quarantine

Self-care during self-quarantine:
A running list of things to keep you occupied




Listen to celebrities read children’s books:


Check out free online courses from Scholastic:


Check out resources and lessons grouped by grade:


Check out free subscriptions from education companies offering resources in light of school closings:


Check out resources to help teach your kids about what’s going on in the world right now:


Try 25 math activities for kids:


Check out 20 virtual field trips:


Listen to children’s books read by Josh Gad (Olaf):




Take a field trip from home:

Try your hand at world geography:

Take a virtual tour of a national park:


Take a virtual tour of various places around the world:

Download over 300,000 books from the NYPL for free:


Check out NASA’s entire media library:


Take a virtual tour of 12 famous museums:



Check out 33 historic virtual tours:


Check out 1,150 free movies online:


 Download free coloring books from 113 popular museums:

Take an online art class:




Check out a virtual concert:



Check out a live virtual drag show this Friday:




Watch a live-streamed opera:



Check out 450 Ivy League online courses you can take for free:


Check out nearly 2,000 free ebooks:



Take a virtual tour of the Garfield Park Conservatory:




Try Netflix Party and watch movies with friends:



Check out free cooking classes on Instagram from a Michelin-star chef:



Discover 36,868,852 images, texts, videos, and sounds from across the United States at the Digital Public Library of America:


Take an online circus training class:



Check out a livestream of exhibits at the National Aquarium:



Check out nightly performances from Broadway stars:



Binge scary movies with promo code SHUTIN on Shudder



Check out 30 other things to do at home:








Try Planet Fitness’ free at-home workout classes for members and non-members via live stream:


Try 90 days free with Peloton:


Try CorePower Yoga at home:


Try Yoga with Adriene:



Try Tone it Up, who is providing a free month of their workout app with no gimmicks to new users of the app. Can be found in the App Store.