Victorian kids will be kept busy making, baking and creating these school holidays, thanks to an array of online activities and events – accessible via the Victoria Together platform.
Today marks the first day kids and families take a break from remote and flexible learning during Term Three school holidays. But there's still plenty on offer to keep our youngest Victorians active and engaged.
Aspiring young filmmakers can learn how to write their own scripts, build their own stop-motion animation and create a cracking contraption with Wallace and Gromit, thanks to the online offering at ACMI.
While a trip to the NGV will have to wait a little while longer, kids can tune in to virtual art classes, download activity sheets and take artistic inspiration from their very own home, backyard or balcony.
Arts Centre Melbourne will keep young Victorians singing, dancing and making music with “Move, Make, Create" – a series of online workshops – and a “Choose Your Own Variety” special hosted by Ali McGregor with special guests Frank Woodley, The Listies and Dane Simpson.
And following the booked-out end to its Term Three online disco, State Library Victoria will keep kids occupied with storytelling workshops and its virtual Storytime Sessions with some of Victoria's best-loved
By staying home and staying safe these school holidays, we can all help make sure Victoria is that much closer to reaching COVID Normal – and make sure the next school holidays look a little more normal too.
For a full program of free and low-cost online events, activities and attractions these school holidays, visit www.together.vic.gov.au/schoolholidays-activities.