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Other Art Education LibGuides
The Art:21 series and accompanying educational materials and lesson plans have been developed by PBS to familiarize teachers and students with the work of living artists, to provoke critical thinking and problem solving, to present creative role models, to bridge diverse subject areas, and to inspire new ways of teaching and learning through the study and appreciation of contemporary art.
ARTSEDGE: National Arts and Education Site
Dance, music, theatre, visual arts. Search for lesson plants, curriculum guides, and resources by grade level and topic, Also links to how-to’s, websites, new, and meet the artist. (K-12)
Art Teacher on the Net
Art resources and lesson plans for teachers.
Construction Project for Kids
This website is designed to foster teamwork in students. It provides a list of projects and crafts that the class can do that align with curriculum standards. This can be used in the classroom when wanting to do a project for a certain subject area that requires teamwork. It builds community by allowing the students to foster teamwork by working together to complete the project.
Crayola Creativity Central
Art and craft projects, games, school supplies, art education and lesson plans. Interactive. (K-6)
Incredible Art Department
Resource for students and teachers of the visual arts. Lesson Plans, links, teacher toolbox, supplies, etc. (K-12)
Just for Kids - Incredible Art Department
The Incredible Art Department isn't just for teachers and artists. You can find sections just for kids. Below are sections of the site that are geared to students and children. Click on the images to be transported to the location.
NGA Kids: The ArtZone
NGA Kids helps children develop interpretive and analytical skills through interactive discussions of paintings and sculpture in the National Gallery of Art. Activities and lesson plans can be found in the NGA Classroom section.