"Welcome to Artsonia — the largest art museum in the world! Our mission is to unleash the creative potential of young artists throughout the world, and empower them with a voice! We have artwork from young artists of all ages from all over the world. We invite you to explore and enjoy this unique collection."
A complete resource for all subject areas. Includes lesson plans, worksheets, vocabulary, and much more!
IKnowthat.com activities encourage kids to be creative and to learn by doing. In the spirit of discovery-based education, the activities are designed to provide kids with opportunities to actively explore concepts and guide their own learning experience. Throughout their explorations at iKnowthat.com, kids are exposed to educational material, which they can learn and apply.
What is Kerpoof? The answer to that is not so simple. Kerpoof is all about having fun, discovering things, and being creative. Here are just a few ways that you can use Kerpoof: Make artwork (even if you aren't good at drawing!) Make an animated movie (really! it's easy!) Earn Koins which you can trade for fun things in the Kerpoof Store Make a printed card, t-shirt, or mug Tell a story Make a drawing Vote on the movies, stories, and drawings that other people have made There is also Kerpoof Scholastics with loads of teacher resources.
"At the Arts Toolkit web site teachers will find high-quality lesson plans and other resources in dance, drama, visual arts, and music, all designed to help integrate the arts into the classroom experience. Students are invited to visit the Student Center for quick access to information about arts careers, our virtual museum, and other interesting activities." "This web site is the online component of the KET Arts Toolkit project, an innovative collaboration between Kentucky’s arts and education communities. See About the Arts Toolkit to learn more about this award-winning multimedia project and the partners who made it possible."
Kidport is an Internet-based educational service designed to help K-8 students excel in school. It provides a unique, multi-step program to create empowered learners, not simply good students.
Get your students interested in drawing just by using basic shapes such as circles and squares to produce animals like penguins, bears, and frogs. Each animal picture comes with a drawing sheet, which takes kids through the process of creating these cute figures. The key to these drawings is their simple shape, and kids will be excited to create these animal pictures themselves.
This website provides two sets of tools for the classroom. The first explores how to facilitate class discussions around works of art, an approach we call "Inquiry with Art." The second is a database of selected Learning Through Art projects, or "Art Explorations," with links to additional related resources. Used individually or together, these resources can support teachers in creating an environment in which students are challenged to think, learn, and communicate.
A database of lesson plans for educators.
The color.com is a unique site for online coloring. They have over 1,000 images to color in online without having to print. TheColor.com helps kids learn color concepts, eye-hand coordination, picture comprehension – these skills form the foundation for early learning success. Everyone can use the site as no java, flash or applet is necessary to load the pages. Kids can email the pictures they colored or save them or print them.
MoMA offers many educational resources for teachers, students, as well as, anyone interested in art. Online art exhibits are listed by artists, themes, and art form. There are even on-line projects that can be visited via the Internet
A non-profit art association made up of over 22,000 art educators. This organization is designed to encourage and promote art education.
"The arts are much more than just fun "extra" activities for kids. Participation in the arts opens up children's worlds and minds, and offers them the skills they need for a bright future. And chances are, your kids are not getting enough art, in or out of school. National Arts Education is a public awareness campaign to educate parents, teachers and students about art education and how to get more art into their lives."
At this website plan a visit, view online collections and exhibits, and explore educational opportunities at the National Gallery of Art. Includes a resource database for art lovers.
View lessons and activities by selecting a grade range and topic. Areas covered include Art, Health and Fitness, Math, Reading and Language Arts, Science and Technology, Social Studies, Early Childhood, Library Media and Technology Coordinators.
Power point and animations for teachers to use in their classroom. All content areas included.
The website states its purpose is to "provide educators and students access to the highest quality practices and resources in reading and language arts instruction."
RealeWriter does this: Lets children (and adults) of all ages create cool, educational picture books called RealeBooks (“Really Books”). Gives children of all ages access to thousands of free RealeBooks created by children, parents, and educators. Lets you print RealeBooks, share them with friends and family via email, and share them with the world through RealeLibraries (“Really Libraries”). Anchors your community’s literacy cycle, enabling parents, teachers, and students to create and publish culturally relevant books that help other students develop reading skills.
Using music to promote learning. Ideas and resources for using music to teach content across the curriculum to students of all ages.
"TeachersFirst is a rich collection of lessons, units, and web resources designed to save teachers time by delivering just what they need in a practical, user-friendly, and ad-free format. We offer our own professional and classroom-ready content along with thousands of reviewed web resources, including practical ideas for classroom use and safe classroom use of Web 2.0. Busy teachers, parents, and students can find resources using our subject/grade level search, keyword search, or extensive menus."
With this website you can experience The Getty without traveling to California! This website contains some great resources for the art classroom. There are several student activities as well as lesson plans for use.
This site offers virtual exhibits, publications, art links, folklife and more.