Science, nature and learning
The Montréal Science Centre has online games, experiments and crafts to do at home, like ScienceXPress activities with Science Centre animators and the Climate Tactics game, inspired by Indigenous communities. Watch videos of the Zoo de Granby and enjoy its new educational videos every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11 a.m. on the zoo's Facebook, Instagram and YouTube accounts. The Ecomuseum Zoo in Montréal's West Island is creating new online educational activities every week, including colouring book sheets and more. The Ministry of Education and Higher Education has made available the OPEN SCHOOL platform, where students can keep learning from the comfort of their own home. BAnQ now offers a Virtual Story Time available on its website.
Play video games for kids that are made in Montréal, like Budge's Budge World and Transformers Rescue Bots and Mino Games's Cat Games dream cat-house builder. Order board games, RPGs and more from a local source, like Montréal's Randolph Gaming Pub, Le Valet d'Coeur, Game Keeper and The Dice Owl.