Social-Distance Kids’ Activities on the Hill

During social distancing, you can keep the kids busy with yoga, arts, soccer skills, playgroups and more while staying connected and supporting these Hill businesses. Your child may get to see familiar faces from their favorite activities! This is a work in progress, to be updated as I find out about more. Email me at

Breathing Space is replacing in-person yoga with classes on Zoom for currently enrolled students. It is also working on launching classes that will be open to everyone, and it is seeking input on times, age ranges and formats. Fill out a survey.

Camp Shenanigans is registering now for an online version of “Play in a Day” for 6-10 year olds. Each day at 10 a.m. Ms. Shannon host a 45-minute Zoom call and work with kids to create and perform a story for the camp’s podcast. $48/week. Register.

Fit4Mom DC is holding online versions of its workouts for moms and its playgroups for kids, as well as other special programs. See the schedule.

Joy of Motion is working on an online learning library for dancers.

Plum Patch canceled its workshops, but provides links to some of the art projects it has done recently, that you can do at home. Email for more ideas.

Rocknoceros is performing concerts online in the “Shelter Sessions.” Check them out on Youtube: The Shelter Sessions #1, The Shelter Sessions #2. Follow on Facebook for updates.

Studio One Dance is working on daily dance content to share with our online community, such as Ballet Storytime, Step of the Day and more. Follow on Facebook for updates.

Super Soccer Stars is offering digital programming.

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