Podcasts, videos, stories to watch and listen to at home
If you can't take them to the Louvre, the Louvre will come to them!
Many parents have discovered "The Little Louvre" during the first lockdown.
It is an application dedicated to young children to make them discover the works of the Louvre with supports adapted to the small ones like videos or of Podcasts.
This application created by the Louvre Museum (the big one) is a godsend for parents looking for cultural activities at home for their offspring in these times of confinement or in winter when we stay at home more!
While waiting to take them to the great Louvre, discover these captivating contents entirely free.
5 STORIES FROM THE LOUVRE, TO WATCH AND LISTEN TO (IN VIDEO)
Venus rises from the earth
The expedition to the Louvre
The Regent's epic
The tribulations of a Lady Stone
The flight of the Mona Lisa
SEASONAL TALES (IN VIDEO)
Pretty stories told to children by a narrator who wanders through the aisles of the Louvre Museum. The works of art serve as a support for the storyteller to tell the story to the children.
WORKS EXPLAINED TO CHILDREN (READING)
A gallery of works composed ofabout fifteen works are explained in a simple way to children. Each of them is illustrated with a drawing.
- Discover the gallery of works (paintings by Lebrun, Nicolas Poussin, sculpture by Michelangelo or Egyptian sarcophagus...)