Check out these fun crafts and activities to do while you are staying safe at home!
Grab your family and just a few items! We’re going to make bug blobs — your very own bug you can name!
Need a gift for mom? Create a beautiful earring holder with only popsicle sticks, glue and markers/ crayons/ paint!
Kahili Feather Wands were made by native Hawaiians to celebrate the deeds and lineages of their royals up until the U.S.A. annexed the islands in 1900 and are still made today to commemorate their heritage.
Even though Wild Lights: Asian Lantern Festival (presented by T-Mobile) is closed for the moment, you can create your very own Chinese Lantern with just a few household items.
Brighten your day by coloring a daffodil. Your only choice is what color!
Create a cool turtle out of recycled egg cartons!
Convert a regular pinecone into something special!
Using household items, create a pair of goggles and see what it’s like to be a fish!
The beauty of the outdoors can become a lasting part of your home with a bit of clay and a bit of pressure.
Use an old sock and other fun items to make an animal sock puppet!
Read our guidebooks and learn how YOU can become a Backyard Action Hero! You’ll find fun facts and awesome activities that you can do by yourself or with family, friends and classmates. Since the Louisville Zoo is a great place to learn about all kinds of plants and animals, our the Backyard Action Hero guidebook also explores what’s happening at your Zoo! Discover ways that YOU can help protect the environment.
Using this tool, you can watch polar bears as they travel across the sea ice to hunt seals. Our Bear Tracker shows current and past sea ice extents on Hudson Bay, along with the locations of polar bears.
Can you make the migration? Be a zebra and see if you can make it across the river to food!
Can’t make it outside? Explore the natural world as it unfolds in real time on your computer screen with this collection of wildlife webcams. EXPLORE.org takes you from Kenya, Africa to the riverbanks of Katmai, Alaska and everywhere in between.
Check out a real-time live streaming video of the Falcons of Mill Creek presented by LG&E and KU.
Watch the Gorilla Forest habitat LIVE! This camera follows one of two forest habitats used by the GRACE gorillas. (Part of the EXPLORE live nature cam network.)