“We’re making a commitment to stay home because we’re All In for Illinois — for our neighbors and grandparents, our health care professionals and first responders, our grocery store workers and so many more. Staying in keeps us all safe.”

- Governor JB Pritzker

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Black and brown communities have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic because so many are considered to be essential workers who are often more exposed and are at greater risk.

We are grateful to the community influencers whose powerful voices help reiterate how important it is to continue to practice social distancing, to wash your hands, to wear a mask or face covering in public, and to get tested. Community influencers are critical in assisting us to spread the word, asking all Illinoisans to join us and be All In for Illinois.

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We've been working with various organizations throughout Illinois to help your kids stay All In. Check out our resources below!

See the Field Museum

At the Field Museum in Chicago, you can descend into an Egyptian tomb and see Egyptian mummies, get a bug's-eye view of the world around you and even come nose-to-nose with man-eating lions. The museum is also home to SUE, the world's largest and most complete T-Rex ever found! Even though you can’t explore the Field Museum today, you can still learn all about the history and science that are found in its exhibits from the safety of your home.

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Learn with Lincoln

At the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield, you can learn all about the life and presidency of Abraham Lincoln. The ALPLM actually houses the largest collection of books about Abraham Lincoln - imagine what you can learn! While the museum is currently closed, the ALPLM is excited to share fun activities to discover and learn more about the 16th president and have fun while learning.

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Ride with John Deere

The John Deere Pavilion in Moline offers hands-on, interactive exhibits to discover the incredible work that goes into farming. While kids can’t experience climbing aboard John Deere’s timeless tractors right now, they can learn more about the farming process and the tools used while having fun, just like they would during a visit to the John Deere Pavilion!

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Discover the Lewis & Clark Historic Site

See what life was like for Meriwether Lewis and William Clark at Camp Dubois in Hartford as they prepared for their historic expedition to the Pacific Ocean!

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Get Your Kicks on Route 66

There’s so much to see and do along Route 66 in Litchfield, home to the Litchfield History Museum & Route 66 Welcome Center. Find your new favorite stop along the Mother Road in the Litchfield downloadable coloring book!

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Learn Through Play

Kohl Children’s Museum in Glenview provides an immersive environment of 17 interactive exhibits plus outdoor space, all research-based and designed to promote learning through playing for young children. During its social distancing closure, the Museum can show you how to turn your own home into a learning laboratory using common household items along with story time in both English and Spanish!

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Experience the Chicago History Museum

The Chicago History Museum is full of thought-provoking exhibits that take visitors on an unforgettable journey through our city’s history. It’s vital to stay connected to our communities and our stories. While the museum is closed, you can still learn about and experience Chicago’s history with fun and creative activities.

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Tour the Museum of the Grand Prairie

The Museum of the Grand Prairie has been collecting, preserving, and interpreting the cultural and natural history of Champaign County and central Illinois since 1968. While everyone has been staying home, we have provided tons of diverse kid-friendly content to our community through our various channels. Here is a collection of a few items for you to enjoy!

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