Helpful WebsitesArt Institute of Chicago »
From the main menu, select the "Families" section. Find out what's happening at the Kraft Education Center, read about events for kids on the calendar and see the overview of the exhibit "Faces, Places and Inner Spaces".
Art Safari »
Place your pith helmet on your head and join this art adventure exploring animals and art. Take time to create your own art and check out the visitor's art gallery.
Hands On: Crafts for Kids »
This companion site to the public television program "Hands on Crafts" can be used in concert with the program or as a stand-alone. The projects featured are curriculum based for kids ages 7-12. Projects are divided into themes - General topics, Crafts Around the World, Crafting Together, Crafting Around the Earth, Camp Hands On, Bask in Time, Crafting in the U.S.A, 543421, and Cultural Traditions of the Islands
Kaboose Crafts for Kids »
Featuring craft ideas for holidays throughout the year. Directions are clear, well-written and include video demonstrations.
Metropolitan Museum of Art »
Click on "Explore and Learn" on New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art's website to take a closer look at some famous artists, their works and test your knowledge about art.
National Gallery of Art For Kids »
Visit a sculpture garden, play hide and seek with art, create an interactive art piece online in "The Art Zone" and learn about all the paintings that are housed in the museum.
The Renaissance Collection »
Take a journey back in time and become a patron of the arts, discover the innovations of the time and get involved in creating you own innovation. Learn about Renaissance life and get involved in the culture. Created by the Allentown Art Museum this interactive and quirky website is sure to entice you to discover the past.