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Looking for something to do with the kids? Try a virtual visit to the Children’s Museum of Atlanta

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For parents who have suddenly found themselves thrust into the role of primary educator for their now-homebound children, finding new educational activities to fill the day can be a challenge.

For those parents, the Children’s Museum of Atlanta has debuted a new virtual program called #CMAatHome. Each weekday at 11 a.m., the Museum will provide an interactive activity, vocabulary list, song list or book recommendation to help parents and kids stay engaged with education.

Additional programming is expected to launch in the coming days, including live singing and story time with the Imaginators, Q&A sessions with Professor Labcoat and more. Children’s Museum of Atlanta will continue to serve as a beacon of learning through the power of play, with activities continuing on digital platforms until the Museum is able to resume its regular onsite programming schedule.   

WHAT:          
#CMAatHome 

Virtual educational activities to help keep little ones engaged in learning and play

WHEN:           
Weekdays at 11 a.m.

WHERE:        
Online at childrensmuseumatlanta.org/blog or by following #CMAatHome on Facebook,
Instagram and Twitter                                                                              

HOW:            
This programming is free! Voluntary contributions are accepted by visiting childrensmuseumatlanta.org/make-play-possible 

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