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Family Fun Toronto



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Family Fun Toronto is your go-to resource for all things fun and local. From the biggest festivals to the hidden gems, we are on the move and on the lookout for the very best #YYZ has to offer! You can stay up to date by liking us on Facebook , following us on Instagram and signing up for our monthly newsletter.

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Learning With Royal Ontario Museum At Home

Posted on: May 10, 2020

Continue to learn, connect and explore with the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) at home! Check out their Youtube channel for a variety of videos and resources to use from home, like the ROM story time. Each story comes with a creativity challenge and extra learning resources related to the book.
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Join The Wizarding World With Harry Potter

Posted on: May 10, 2020

This one is for all the Harry Potter enthusiasts! Wizarding World is bringing Hogwarts to you with the Harry Potter at Home online hub. It has everything from quizzes and puzzles, to articles and drawing tutorials – all of it is free. Take the First Year Hogwarts Professor Quiz and
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Live Music From Fred Penner (And a Bedtime Story!)

Posted on: May 8, 2020

Can one ever tire of Fred Penner? I don’t think so! Hearing one of his songs transports me back in time, to childhood moments like long car rides and lazy afternoons. Now that I have kids, I love introducing them to things from “back in the day” (big eye roll,
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The Snowbirds Are Flying Across Canada (Stay Tuned!)

Posted on: May 8, 2020

Airshow season would normally be kicking off right about now … but like everything else, they have been cancelled too. However, the Snowbirds are currently on a Canada-wide fly-by tour instead. They are announcing locations as they go, so there are no official dates or locations to formally announce. Will
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Authors Host Daily Facebook Live Story Time For Isolated Kids

Posted on: May 5, 2020

Isolation isn’t a new concept for the kids who have spent countless days in hospitals receiving care and treatment. The current COVID-19 restrictions are bringing them further isolation. And that’s why this group of children’s book authors has created a daily story time! The authors read their books daily through
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Build Your Own Paper City {Free Templates!}

Posted on: May 4, 2020

I’m all for time-consuming (but still entertaining) boredom busters, and this one meets the criteria! A British Architecture Studio, Foster & Partners, has released a series of building templates that kids can use to build their own paper city at home. All you need to do is print, colour and
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Discover And Create With National Geographic Kids

Posted on: May 4, 2020

The National Geographic Kids website is a gold mine for all things fun and learning at home! Discover and learn new things about animals, science, geography and history. Then take what you’ve learned and test it in the game section with trivia questions! Don’t forget to check out the Home Is
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Kids And Nature With Evergreen Brickworks

Posted on: May 3, 2020

Kids and nature were meant to be together! But with the current restrictions in place due to COVID-19, parents and businesses have had to get a little more creative about engaging with nature. That’s why Evergreen Brickworks has moved their focus to creating some great online content for viewers at
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Spring Reading Challenge With Markham Library

Posted on: May 2, 2020

Use this extra time at home to be reading to your child and also to challenge them to read more on their own. Watch their ability improve and their confidence grow! Join the Spring Reading Challenge with Markham Library to engage your kids in reading and fun activities. You will
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The 24-Hour Bloom Cam Brings Cherry Blossoms Closer Than Ever

Posted on: May 2, 2020

Is there anything more beautiful than blooming cherry blossom trees in the spring? It’s the official signal to nature that a new season has arrived. This year, you won’t be able to see the blooming trees in High Park up close because of social distancing. However, with the 24-hour Bloom
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