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Here at Future Tracks, we are in awe of the amazing efforts of teachers and educators who are continuing to find ways to ensure children can learn and grow during COVID-19.

We wanted to help spread the good news by sharing some of the great resources that we've seen for parents and children over the past couple of weeks.

Lucy Davidson

Monday 20 April 2020

Here at Future Tracks, we are in awe of the amazing efforts of teachers and educators who are continuing to find ways to ensure children can learn and grow during COVID-19. 

We wanted to help spread the good news by sharing some of the great resources that we've seen for parents and children over the past couple of weeks. 

Below are some of our favourites, reach out and tell us yours!  

Melbourne Museum continues to entertain kids in the school holidays with their list of at-home activities!

The range of fun facts, project ideas and videos are inspired by items in Museum Victoria's collections and exhibitions.

They can be carried out once school
is back too - with new activities to be
posted in the coming weeks. 

Supporting children’s emotions when the world is changing:

Melbourne Museum continues to entertain kids in the school holidays with their list of at-home activities!

The range of fun facts, project ideas and videos are inspired by items in Museum Victoria's collections and exhibitions.

They can be carried out once school
is back too - with new activities to be
posted in the coming weeks. 

Melbourne Museum continues to entertain kids in the school holidays with their list of at-home activities!

The range of fun facts, project ideas and videos are inspired by items in Museum Victoria's collections and exhibitions.

They can be carried out once school
is back too - with new activities to be
posted in the coming weeks. 


Early Childhood Australia's blog 'The Spoke', written by Dr Fay Hadley and Dr Liz Rouse, explores what it looks like to be a child citizen in a pandemic and the invaluable role played by educators to support children and their families in this time.


Kelly Boucher, ECPPP Site Director at La Trobe University, made this video with a message to thank early childhood educators who are adapting for themselves and the children they help look after in these uncertain times.

As most will have seen, people have been putting out their teddy bears so that children and their parents can go on a bear hunt for some quality outside-time. 

Taronga Zoo are live-streaming cameras 24/7, so kids can catch a glimpse of their favourite animals at any time of the day or night!