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Art to Remember

This website provides art lesson plans for children that are preschool to middle school age.


Making art in schools easier to teach! This website has lesson plans and ideas or teachers to incorporate art into their classrooms.


Embracing this responsibility, the Kennedy Center instituted ArtsEdge in 1996 as its educational media arm, reaching out to schools, communities, individuals and families with printed materials, classroom support and Internet technologies.

Library of Congress

The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world, with millions of books, recordings, photographs, newspapers, maps and manuscripts in its collections. The Library is the main research arm of the U.S. Congress and the home of the U.S. Copyright Office.

What is Child Art?

Staff development and parent resources on the benefits of art and engaging children in the messiness and joy of art.

Van Gogh Gallery

The focus of this gallery is teaching art and culture through the work of Van Gogh in order to create interest and understanding of art culture.

The Teaching Palette

Teachers are encouraged to share their successful art lesson plans with other teachers on The Teaching Palette website in an attempt to “perfect the art of education”.

Spiral Art Education

As a product of the University of Illinois at Chicago, Spiral Art Education offers innovative curriculum as a part of their efforts to rethink art education in the 21st century.

San Diego Museum of Art

The Museum’s Education Department has created many lesson plans that help to introduce art into the classroom, they are based on objects inside of the museum but do not require a visit there.

Planning Art Lessons & Units by Marvin Bartel

An incredibly thorough resource on how to plan art lessons to maximize students’ concentration and creativity.

Philadelphia Museum of Art

The museum provides integrated lesson plans and ideas for teachers to incorporate in the classroom.

National Gallery of Art

The National Gallery of Art connects teachers and students to the high arts through interactive exhibitions. This is a resource recommended for older youth but a few all ages resources are offered under the title of “NGAKids.” Educators can also request loan materials.