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Art with Mrs. Nguyen

K-5th grade. Teaching art from a distance is no easy task.. but I think I might be able to help! For those of you amazing teachers using Google Classroom or Google Drive during these distance learning times, you may be interested in checking out my new Elements of Art Interactive Worksheet series!  learn more

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Crayola: Lesson Plans

Find thousands of lesson plans that support and extend instruction in every content area, grades K-12. Each lesson plan is educator-developed and includes classroom-ready directions, a list of supplies needs, standards alignments, and images to help guide your lesson planning. This collection grows continually and always inspires new teaching and learning excitement.  learn more

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Deep Space Sparkle

You know art is super important for kids, but you don’t know how to start. Maybe you are wondering how to get 25 Kinders to paint on the paper instead of their faces. You want to do the pretty projects but aren’t sure what supplies to use. You got the desire but not the know-how.…  learn more

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Google Arts and Culture

So many fun things to see, explore, and experiment with. Explore more art coloring books and color your way through the palettes of famous paintings and cultural images.  learn more

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Incredible Art: Elementary Art Lessons

Welcome to the home page of elementary level art lessons! The lessons are now categorized by grade level, subject, integration, art period, artist, and medium. (See below) Do you have a lesson to contribute? Just click on the "Submit a Lesson" link here or in the side column.  learn more

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KinderART

KinderArt® and The KinderArt Club are for classroom teachers, art educators, homeschoolers, after-school program directors, future teachers, college students, artists and parents who want to enrich their children’s artistic lives at home. The goal of KinderArt® has been and always will be, to make art lessons accessible to everyone. We’ve been doing it for more than 20 years and we’ll continue to do it for many…  learn more

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The Connection Between Math and Art

Taking the time to intentionally help your student develop their skills in both math and art will strengthen their abilities in other areas, such as: Creative strategic thinking Problem-solving Self-expression Understanding the correlation with science and language   Sue Wachter · October 28, 2022  learn more