Baltimore Resources

Links to different Local educational resources


Art

American Visionary Art Museum

On AVAM’s Site

A “Virtual Visit,” this page offers art projects at home, coloring pages, introductions to artists, videos from their annual Logan Visionary Conference as well as a PDF guide to creating your own “Art Car*.”

*I take no responsibility for what may happen to your car should this document be downloaded…for better or worse

Baltimore Museum of Art

On YouTube

Pre-existing content featuring the museum, its work and exhibits

The Walters Art Museum

On The Walters Site

Pre-existing Virtual Museum virtual tour


History

BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF INDUSTRY (BMI)

On the BMI Site

Looking for something fun for the kids that’s educational too? The BMI has a whole page of FREE activities centered around innovation in industry for all ages. We’re uploading new content each week. Enjoy! (Thanks to Claire Mullins)

The National Great Blacks in Wax Museum

On the Museum’s Site

No specific virtual content at time of posting, but take some time to explore their exhibits and plan a visit when we “return to normal.”

Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture

On the Museum’s Site

Pre-existing Online Collections Database


Library/Literature

Enoch Pratt Free Library

On the Pratt’s Site

Digital Library Resources. Library E-Cards. Downloadable movies, ebooks. Student Resources. Podcasts. Digital Maryland.

Forgive me for the digression, but all of this was here before Social Distancing, friends. The sheer volume of amazing stuff is mind blowing. Please take advantage of this treasure of an institution.


Music

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

On the BSO’s Site

BSO Offstage features performance videos, podcasts, videos created by orchestra musicians and educational activities.


Science

Echo Hill Outdoor Camp

On Facebook | On YouTube

Every Tuesday and Thursday at 2:00 PM on Facebook and Youtube, Echo Hill brings the Chesapeake environment to students, teachers and families through fun lessons and activities. Follow them to watch and join in!

National Museum of Dentistry

On the Museum’s Site

No specific virtual content at time of posting, but take some time to explore their exhibits and plan a visit when we “return to normal.”

Maryland Science Center

On the MSC Site

The Maryland Science Center encourages us to make science together, even when we are apart.

Science Guys of Baltimore

On YouTube | On Facebook (Live Streams)

The Science Guys of Baltimore are collaborating with Mr Bond’s Science Guys of Nashville to create exciting science content for students to experience from home.

WMAR-2 News (ABC affiliate, Baltimore)

On YouTube

School may be closed but the scientists at WMAR-2 are here to help with some science lessons, from their “Charm City Classroom.”


Theater

Baltimore Center Stage

On the BCS Site

#OpenForStorytelling. Link leads to BCS’s “Stories Make The World” Curriculum


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