Disney and the Kennedy Space Center are offering to help keep the kids entertained while they are out of school.

The kids are going to be home, in most cases, the rest of the school year. Finding ways to keep them entertained might be getting harder and harder to do. That's why places like Disney and the Kennedy Space Center are offering to lend a helping hand FOR FREE!

Kennedy Space Center has launched science lessons on Facebook Live. According to Fox 35,

Parents also have online access to activity sheets and experiments, making spare time educational but fun. The sessions will take place Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 9:30 a.m. ET for young kids. For older children, including those in high school, there will be programming starting at 1 p.m.

As someone who enjoys learning about space, I might even sit in on some of of these videos. There are a lot of fun facts that go a long with space that this will surely help keep your kids entertained while learning too.

If you have some little ones who happen to be big fans of all things Disney, here's some good news for you: Disney is also offering online resources for parents.

Disney is taking kids behind the scenes of their parks  with the artists and engineers to see how they design and build the attractions and characters for Disney parks. This should be a pretty neat tool to keep the kids busy too. According to Fox 35,

With imagineering in a box, kids can learn how to build their own world, attractions and characters.

More information on Disney's online activities can be found at HERE and on the Khan Academy website HERE.

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