Looking for things to do with the kids from home? One super fun thing is to take Virtual Aquarium Tours To Take with the Kids! There are quite a few Aquariums that give you a close up look at the different exhibits in the aquarium!
Virtual Aquarium Tours
Virtual Tours are great for exploring the world and new things from the comfort of your own home. My kids love being able to check out new things and learn right from the comfort of the couch in their pjs. It is one of the big things that the kids love to do during our homeschooling and I thought it would be a great thing to share with all of you as well.
While this list of of Aquariums that have virtual tours, I am also going to add in that you should totally check out Youtube. There are LOTS of ocean life and beach life animal videos along with live cams. My kids loved watching the Youtube Live Cam of the manatees and the Beluga whales.
There are so many animal videos on youtube that the kids will be learning and entertained for hours.
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The Georgia Aquarium has multiple live cams set up and you can take a visit to the Beluga whales, Sea Otter, Piranhas and a few other web cams that they have set up. Check them out here.
Seattle Aquarium Virtual Field Trip.
A full virtual tour of the Seattle Aquarium that is guided with a host showing you and telling you all the things about the aquarium! Check it out here.
Tropical Reef Aquarium.
Head on over here and watch the Long Beach California, Tropical Reef Aquarium.
Monterey Bay Aquarium Live Cams.
Head on over here and and you can check out 10 different live cams from the Monterey Bay Aquarium including otters, sharks, and even watch the Monterey Bay to see what you can find!
Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk
Head on over here to explore the Maritime Aquarium in Norwalk.
National Aquarium in Baltimore Maryland
Head on over here and you can explore the National Aquarium in Baltimore right from home. Pick different places in the aquarium you want to see and learn about the animals that live there.
National Aquarium in Washington DC
Head on over here and you can explore the National Aquarium in Washington DC right from home. Pick different places in the aquarium you want to see and learn about the animals that live there.
Blue Cavern Aquarium Live Cam
This 142,000-gallon, three-story exhibit at the Aquarium of the Pacific recreates the unique ecosystem off the coast of California’s Catalina Island and you can watch it live!
Ocean Animals Live Cams
Looking to continue the fun? Make sure you check out the awesome live cams that you can check out of Ocean life!
Homosassa Springs Underwater Manatees Live Cam
There are 4 different live cameras that you can view of the Manatees in Homosassa Springs! View them here.
If the kids fall in love with Manatees check out these other great Resources.
- Manatee Coloring pages
- Stream Endangered Mermaids: The Manatees of Florida on Amazon
- Grab the National Geographic Readers: Manatees to keep learning about Manatees
Head on over here and watch the Long Beach California Shark Lagoon Live Cam.
If the kids fall in love with Sharks check out these other great resources
- Stream Wondrous Secrets of the Ocean Realm: The Great Whales & Sharks on Amazon
- Stream Rise of the Great White Shark on Amazon
OrcaLab Base in Hanson Island, British Columbia, Canada
The headquarters of OrcaLab research station boast stunning views of Blackney Pass, a main thoroughfare for orcas in the fall and summer months. Watch live and learn more about orcas. Watch the Video above or head on over here.
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