With an emphasis on education, KidsQuest Children’s Museum in Bellevue offers many opportunities for children to keep learning while in-person schooling isn’t available.
“We are open for play, even though our physical doors have to be closed right now,” Putter Bert, CEO of KidsQuest Children’s Museum, said in a press release. “And we are here to help make sure all children are learning through engaging and relevant experiences, even if school doors are also closed.”
The museum offers learning kits in various subjects, online learning videos, a book with ideas for indoor and outdoor education activities, along with other educational tools. This fall, the museum plans on introducing virtual classes led by museum instructors.
Over 600 remote learning kits have been donated through the museum’s partnerships with Boys & Girls Clubs, the King County Library System, the Bellevue School District, and the King County Housing Authority.
Most resources are available in English and Spanish. You can learn more here.