- Virtual Recreation
- Enrichment - Virtual Recreation
Enrichment - Virtual Recreation
What to learn something new while staying safe at home?
Here are some amazing VIRTUAL enrichment programs to provide extended learning opportunities from the comfort of your home.
James S. Thalman Chino Hills Branch VIRTUAL Library!
Have a Chino Hills Library Card? Did you know the Chino Hills Library offers thousand of virtual books right to your electronic devices without every leaving your house. Learn more about the free virtual resources, services and electronic materials you can access with you library card through their e-content with your SBCL Library card or Digital Library Card.
Join the San Bernardino County Library this Summer as they reward you for reading!
Learn a New Skill or Hobby!
Chino Basin Water Conservation District - Check out their FREE ONLINE gardening and landscape workshops.
The following local colleges offer great extended learning opportunities.
- Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at California State University Fullerton
- Mt San Antonio College - Education for Older Adults
- Mt San Antonio College - IMPACT - Adults with Disabilities
(Requires registering with the colleges and fees to take classes or semester)
Bring the Chino Hills State Park Indoors!
Check out all the fun activities, crafts, virtual tours, e-books, educational presentation ,and nature scavenger hunts the Chino Hills Park Rangers have created for you!
For Parents and Teachers
California State Parks PORTS Program
You can now tune into California State Parks PORTS Home Learning Programs from across California to access our precious natural and cultural resources without leaving the comfort of your own home. For up-to-date information on programs and availability follow them @portsprogram on Facebook or visit online. Program Courtesy: California State Parks
National WWII Museum
Online activities and resources for distance learning for both teachers and students. Live webinars on various topics, podcasts, stem activities, and activities that link history to fun projects are available. Program Courtesy: National World War II Museum