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Fall 2020 Guide: Opportunities for Elementary School Students
See our current list of opportunities for elementary school students below.
Make a Haunted House- FREE online workshop
4pm – 5:15pm
Make a spooky haunted house with educators from ArchForKids. Free and fun!
ABC and Maud Morgan Arts: Full Day In Person Learning Support and Afterschool
Offering in-person, outdoor programming to support virtual learning for 2nd through 8th graders. Includes arts- and play-based afterschool programming in and around Maud Morgan Arts Center!
Community Art Center After School Programming
Join us for after school where your young person will learn, create, and play.
Community Art Center Teen Programs
Youth ages 13-19 take part in the Teen Media Program (TMP) and Public Art Program, where they engage in projects involving visual art, media, and opportunities to connect with community.
Virtual Idea Hub at MIT Museum
Looking for some creative hands-on learning experiences you can do from your kitchen table? Join the MIT Museum for our new weekly series bringing making and tinkering programs from our Idea Hub!
Coloring Ancient Egypt: An Activity Book for Kids of All Ages (English & Spanish versions available for download)
The Harvard Art Museums have produced a free coloring book in English and Spanish to introduce kids to the art and culture of ancient Egypt.
Harvard CityStep Classes
Weekly arts education classes for students in grades 5-8
Cambridge-Ellis Virtual Open House
8:00pm – 8:00pm
Cambridge-Ellis Virtual Open House Saturday, November 7, 2020
ArchForKids provides young people with dynamic learning experiences grounded in architecture, design and urban planning. Based in NY, we offer virtual workshops to kids across the country.
Maud Morgan Arts
Children, teens, adults and artists of all ages and all levels can choose from a wide range of innovative and imaginative visual art classes and programs.
Community Art Center
We strive to cultivate an engaged community of youth whose powerful artistic voices transform their lives, their neighborhoods, and their worlds.
Using exhibitions, hands-on activities, and renowned collections, we inspire people of all ages about the possibilities and opportunities offered by science and technology.
Cambridge Public Library
A unified system with a strong main library and six active branch libraries each tailored to the unique needs of its neighborhood.
City of Cambridge
With over 110,000 people located within a 6.
Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology
From towering Native American totem poles and large Maya sculptures to precious artifacts of the ancient world, the Peabody Museum is among the first anthropology museums in the world.
We provide a warm, stimulating early-school experience in a joyful, loving environment built upon a foundation of trusting relationships with a diverse group of children and families.
Cambridge Historical Society
Here in Cambridge, we don't do history for history's sake.
DHSP Cambridge Youth Programs
At our five youth centers, the Cambridge Youth Programs offer a variety of high quality out of school time programs.
Harvard Art Museums
The Harvard Art Museums invite visitors to experience one of the largest and most renowned collections of art in the United States.
Green Cambridge works to create a more sustainable city and to protect the environment for the health and safety of all.
Cambridge Human Rights Commission (CHRC)
CHRC investigates complaints of discrimination that occur in Cambridge; in housing, employment, education, and public accommodations.
Cambridge Local First
We are a non-profit network of locally owned and independent businesses formed in October 2005 to build a strong local economy and a vibrant community.
Agassiz Baldwin Community
ABC offers preschool, afterschool, art classes, and summer opportunities for children and youth.
Find It Cambridge
Find It Cambridge is a search tool that helps people find services and activities in Cambridge.