Virtual Tour of Museums With Kids
As you know that, this year, we all have been cancelling our summer vacation plans and we all need to stay at home to stay safe. But I have a great idea where you can be in quarantine and still go to your favourite vacation place with your kids, for free. Isn’t that amazing?
I am happy to tell you that I have participated in the AtoZ Blogging Challenge with #BlogChatterA2Z. The topic that I have selected for this challenge is the fun activities to do with your kids during the quarantine period. Today’s alphabet starts with the letter ‘V’ and the activity is the Virtual Tour of Museum with Kids.
Yes, you’ve read in right. And you might be wondering how’s it still possible? Let me tell you the proper steps and you can let your kids travel all around the best museum in the world virtually.
Why Virtual Tour of Museums With Kids?
We have to stay in our respective homes in order to not get infected by the COVID 19 but still, you and your kids can expand the horizon without even leaving your house. Whenever we are travelling with kids we want them to give an ultimate educational experience so that they will remember it forever. So, the Virtual tour of Museums will surely give you the same experience.
Material Required for the Virtual Tour of Museums With Kids
If you are thinking of doing a Virtual Tour of Museum with kids, then all you need is a computer (or laptop) and a working internet connection. That’s it.
How to do “Virtual Tour of Museums With Kids”
Doing a Virtual Tour of Museums with Kids isn’t rocket science and you don’t even need a lot of material while doing it. I know you can’t touch or feel the things but the 3D image and zoom-in, zoom-out features are no less than real experience.
Here’re some of the websites that I have referred for doing a Virtual Tour of Museums with Kids:
- Natural Museums of Natural History
- Google Art & Culture 360 degree videos
- Detroit Institute of Arts
- The Vatican Museum
- Space Center Houston app
Visuals can be a great helping hand in the educational sector for children. My daughter tends to learn faster when it is explained through a picture or a video. These 3D tours have helped her to know about historical things.
My Overall Experience
Angel has always a knack for history, museums, and of course travelling. And, since she knows why can’t we travel this summer, she loves taking virtual tours online.
So, try out this activity with your kids too, and don’t forget to share the experience in the comment section below. If possible, you can also share the pictures of taking a virtual tour of museums with your kids and tag me, @sneha_261013 on Instagram.
And stay tuned for the next activity from the alphabet, ‘W’! Can you guess it?
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