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i 1 Vote As children, young children, everything meant playing and art. We saw the world as a playground and a canvass. It didn’t matter whether or not we could actually draw. What mattered was the thrill of creating something beautiful.
I just adore doing optical illusions, and kids really seem to love them too. This is a great one that students can easily experience success with (especially if you use my template!) Let me start by talking about the template.
The world’s best art museums are the ideal place to study art history. Unfortunately, visiting some of the world’s preeminent museums to study art history is not always possible. Museums such as the National Gallery in London, the Getty Museum and the Louvre give you a chance to browse some of their collections through interactive apps. These artistic apps, along with other apps highlighting famous works of art and art movements are a must-have for art history teachers and students. Art Lite Art Lite allows you to view some of the greatest works of art on your phone or tablet.
Welcome to Learning through the Arts! These videos are intended to support classroom teachers by demonstrating how they can implement the revised Arts curriculum. They are examples of how teachers have integrated the arts into their programs to best meet the needs of their learners. The videos are organized into five subject areas, Visual Arts, Dance, Drama, Music and Media Arts. Videos are also clustered as Elementary and Secondary. View larger