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June 26, 2013

Apologetics Press

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For more than twenty years Apologetics Press has published and disseminated materials for self study, group study, or evangelistic purposes. Topics range from evidences supporting the Christian Faith to highly controversial areas that challenge...

Last modified on July 6, 2013
June 26, 2013

A Lifetime of Color

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The most popular of all of Sanford's websites, alifetimeofcolor.com provides educators with a comprehensive resource of lesson plans, projects and techniques for teachers and educators!

June 26, 2013

Art Attack

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A companion website to the award winning show, Art Attack, one of CITV's longest running shows.

It's packed with ideas to try at home. Presenter Neil Buchanan shows you how to hone your creative genius and get them through the"I can't do that" barrier.

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June 26, 2013

Art On-Air

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Art On-Air, the television series, is a lively set of arts lessons for upper elementary students. This Art On-Air Web site is designed for teachers and students interested in:

  • meeting the artists and seeing their work.
  • learning more about what it means to be an artist.
  • seeing the artwork of other students and sharing their own artworks in the Student Gallery.
  • visiting art museums and other arts resources on the World Wide Web.
  • and, for teachers, finding resources that will help you provide your students with enriching experiences in the visual arts.
June 26, 2013

Artgames

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Artgames is an interactive website designed to engage children in playful, interactive learning about works of art in the collection of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, New York.

June 26, 2013

Artsology

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Artsology aims to expose kids to cultural figures and ideas in the hope of having a major impact on their life, opening their minds to different thoughts and ideas in the arts. They cannot expect to be a thorough and comprehensive source of all things artistic, but hope to provide a gateway or springboard to further investigation and enjoyment of the arts.

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Artist Bob Miller's "Light Walk" at the Exploratorium is always an eye-opening experience for students and teachers alike. His unique discoveries will change the way you look at light shadow and images. The website includes the following activities: Do your own light walk Build a pinhole viewer Build a pinhole camera Slide projector activities.

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The Glass Collection Galleries show the most comprehensive and celebrated glass collection in the world. The galleries explore Near Eastern, Asian, European, and American glass and glassmaking from antiquity through present day. They tell the story of glass creation, from a full-scale model of an Egyptian furnace to the grand factories of Europe, and, then America, and finally, to the small-scale furnaces that fueled the Studio Glass movement that began in America in 1962. The galleries contain objects representing every country and historical period in which glassmaking has been practiced. The story of glass began more than 3,500 years ago and the galleries document the triumphs of glassmaking history. Several galleries feature a tableau that further illustrates how the objects were found, created, or sold.

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Welcome to Creative Spotlite! - The best online source for free art and crafts lessons & instruction, discount art supplies, instructional art & crafts books, art instruction videos and more! Whether you are an experienced artist or just beginning, you will find lots of great information and resources at Creative Spotlite. Creative Spotlite offers free art and crafts lessons on a variety of different mediums including: Acrylic Painting Lessons & Techniques Oil Painting Lessons & Techniques Drawing Lessons & Tips Watercolor Painting Lessons & Tips Colored Pencil Lessons & Techniques Pastel Art Lessons Photography Instruction & Tips.

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The Educator's Reference Desk provides access to the following resources: Resource Collection - Links to over 3000 resources on a variety of educational issues. This collection includes Internet sites, educational organizations, and electronic discussion groups. Lesson Plans - The Lesson Plan Collection contains more than 2000 unique lesson plans which were written and submitted by teachers from all over the United States. Question Archive - A collection of over 200 responses to popular questions on the practice, theory, and research of education. These responses may include citations from the ERIC database, Internet sites, discussion groups, and/or print resource information.

June 26, 2013

eduweb

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eduweb is an award-winning developer of online learning games and activities. They engage the many ways people learn with the thoughtful application of learning theory, imaginative conceptualizations, and unflinching evaluation. Their broad experience in museum and K-12 education, combined with their deep subject knowledge of art, history and science, fuels their commitment to develop compelling and effective learning experiences. Since 1996, they have produced over 75 immersive, interactive, and in-depth adventures about art, science, history, and technology.

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A plethora of resources for teaching art from Kindergarten up through college.

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There is still a lot of confusion surrounding digital cameras and digital photography. With all the new cameras and options it just seems to get more confusing instead of clearer. It is easier to approach something if you can take it in small bites. So in an effort to make digital easier to approach and understand the website has grouped together everything you need to know to get started in ten easy to understand lessons.

June 26, 2013

KinderArt®

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KinderArt® is the largest collection of free art lessons on the Internet. What began in 1997 as a few helpful ideas for teachers and parents, has since grown into an enormous collection of resources featuring thousands of tried and tested free lesson plans, ideas and resources which have been contributed by people from around the world. A truly interactive experience, KinderArt® provides an opportunity for parents, educators, artists, students and kids (of course) to have fun while exchanging ideas, finding information, conducting research and learning new things...all in one place.

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Quilting can be a hard lesson for kids to learn. Let's face it, quilting is not exactly a hobby most 10-year-olds enjoy doing! But quilting can teach your children how to use their imagination. In fact, many quilters will use their kids' help in picking out fabric and placing blocks. Here is an easy and fun way to get them more involved.

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Arts: Visual, Graphic Arts and Photography Lesson Plans and Activities

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Each month, new lesson plans are added to this website for your use with Masterpiece Art Instruction Kits or your own supplies. Be sure to sign up for Teach Art at Home, the FREE, monthly email newsletter that brings new art lesson plans and projects to your email box every month.

June 26, 2013

Mr. Picasso Head

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An interactive doodling/cartooning application that could be used as a jump start to art. Very fun diversion.

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Visual artists show their own art to children, tell kids how they make it and suggest related art projects suitable for children ages 7-11.

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This is a WOW site. Not sure I can expound on that, but I will try. There are interactive games and activities for kids, downloadable resource guides, and more on the eye-popping site.

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How to Make and Take Pictures With Pinhole Cameras Made from Oatmeal Boxes.

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Exhibits & Readings on Manipulated Photography on the American Museum of Photography website.

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A repository of quilt block coloring pages.

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A great source of all things quilting. Why is this in the Art section of my links? Well, haven't you ever seen a quilt before? It is art!!

June 26, 2013

Talent Teacher

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This site has both drawing lessons and technology lessons (flash & C++ programming). Very good content.

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Lesson plans for art projects.

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Art Access examines objects from various areas of the Art Institute of Chicago® permanent collection to enrich visitors' understanding of their content, style, and historical context. Included are a variety of online resources of special interest to educators, parents, students, and young people, including lesson plans for the classroom and art projects for the home.

June 27, 2013

The Art Kids

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Art lessons by grade level, along with a links page to other art sites.

June 27, 2013

The Art Window

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This site is planned for students, teachers and all interested in experiencing art at any level of competence. Web pages are curriculum based with content illustrated with classroom demos and by High School student works over many years.

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Here you should find all you need to know about papier (paper) maché. There are tutorials, articles, a gallery, and a forum. To most people the term "papier maché" conjures up schooldays - dolloping a mixture of newspaper and flour paste onto a flowerpot. To those of us in the know it has limitless qualities as an art form.

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An independent website created by Riverside, CA artist Greg Conley who maintains this web site for the free benefit of all interested parties. This is a treasure trove of resources.

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Living Books for the Ears ~ Free Weekly audio programs. Give your kids a taste of great literature, and make history come alive.

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Kiddie Records Weekly began in 2005 as a one year project devoted to the golden age of children's records. This period spanned from the mid forties through the early fifties and produced a wealth of all-time classics. Many of these recordings were extravagant Hollywood productions on major record labels and featured big time celebrities and composers. Over the years, these forgotten treasures slipped off the radar and it became their mission to give them a new lease on life by sharing them with today's generation of online listeners. Each week throughout the year they added a new recording and before they knew it, their one year project turned into three! Although they will not be continuing beyond 2007, Kiddie Records Weekly will remain online and they will update the Bonus Records section every now and then.

June 27, 2013

Kids Work

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Kids Work! is a virtual community of workplaces designed to give students an interactive job exploration experience that connects school work to real work. Each Kids Work! place provides an area to: * Discover the History of the career field by using a timeline.

  • Play three Job Play activities that provide an interactive virtual work experience tied directly to SC curriculum standards.
  • Meet Real People who work in this profession.
  • Explore the Work Zone and learn more about a real workplace.
June 27, 2013

Character Traits

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This public school webpage contains resources for teaching character traits.

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Al Menconi Ministries is an evangelical, non-denominational para-church ministry. Their mission is to educate and equip Christian parents and leaders to communicate biblical values in the home and church. They accomplish this through:

  • Evaluating today's entertainment from a biblical perspective.
  • Educating Christians about the values and influences of today's entertainment.
  • Encouraging Christians to set standards and choices consistent with God's Word.
  • Equipping Christians to teach values through Christian music.

Al Menconi Ministries offers a balanced, responsible, biblical approach that teaches Christians how to think, rather than just what to think. A crucial aspect of this ministry concerns the entertainment media. In the spiritual warfare of this life, entertainment is the often ammunition that shoots down our faith. Before a parent or teacher can really teach positive biblical values, they must first help young people to control the entertainment media in their lives.

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The Educators Network is a closely knit group of 'Teacher-Only' sites - that is, we focus on the needs of teachers, particularly K-12 educators. Our goal is to help teachers save time and money by maximizing their online experience. All our sites are available for Free to educators around the world.

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The Character Journal is a free e-zine sent periodically to those who request it. It is designed to encourage and assist parents teaching Godly character qualities to their children. It includes suggested Bible studies, projects and ideas to help apply the quality.

June 27, 2013

Big Idea Production

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At Big Idea, they know how difficult it can be to find activities for your children. With all the video games, internet and TV competing for their attention you may find yourself longing for the days when kids actually got up off the chair and ... well, did something! They've assembled a few outstanding activities for you and your kids right here in their little corner of cyberspace. They've got two varieties of activities from which to choose: One-child-one-parent activities and large-group activities. Either way, you and your little ones will always have something fun to do!

June 27, 2013

actDEN

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Education is undergoing a progression from traditional curricula to innovative and interactive learning. ACT360 Media Ltd. is addressing this issue by providing quality content and new methods of interaction through actDEN (Digital Education Network). With actDEN, teachers and parents can access timely content for classroom or home use, and introduce students directly to the Internet education experience.

June 27, 2013

Free-Ed.Net

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The mission of Free-Ed.Net is to provide quality distance education at no cost to the user. Free education is a dream whose time has come. Never in history has so much information and so many learning resources been so widely available at such a low cost.

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A to Z Teacher Stuff is a teacher-created site designed to help teachers find online resources more quickly and easily. Find lesson plans, thematic units, teacher tips, discussion forums for teachers, downloadable teaching materials & eBooks, printable worksheets and blacklines, emergent reader books, themes, and more.

June 27, 2013

Annenberg Media

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Annenberg Media uses media and telecommunications to advance excellent teaching in American schools. This mandate is carried out chiefly by the funding and broad distribution of educational video programs with coordinated Web and print materials for the professional development of K-12 teachers. It is part of The Annenberg Foundation and advances the Foundation's goal of encouraging the development of more effective ways to share ideas and knowledge. Annenberg Media's multimedia resources help teachers increase their expertise in their fields and assist them in improving their teaching methods. Many programs are also intended for students in the classroom and viewers at home. All Annenberg Media videos exemplify excellent teaching. Annenberg Media resources can be accessed for FREE at Learner.org, or can be purchased through the Web site or by calling 1-800-LEARNER.

June 27, 2013

Awesome Library

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Awesome Library organizes the Web with 37,000 carefully reviewed resources, including the top 5 percent in education.

June 27, 2013

BookRags

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Attention Teachers! Over 3,000 Lesson Plans and other products for teachers have been added to BookRags. These detailed units contain everything you need to develop great lessons for your students.

June 27, 2013

CanTeach

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CanTeach was created in 1997/98 to assist teachers in finding and using resources online. Although this site has resources which all educators will find useful, emphasis is placed on lesson plans, resources, & links which have a Canadian focus. The resources are broken up into two categories. There is a section of Elementary Resources which consists of lesson plans and resources, as well as a section of annotated Links.

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The Clearinghouse on Reading, English, and Communication is an information repository of the Indiana University School of Education.

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Dedicated to excellence and fairness in early education, the Core Knowledge Foundation is an independent, non-profit, non-partisan organization founded in 1986 by E. D. Hirsch, Jr., professor emeritus at the University of Virginia and author of many acclaimed books including Cultural Literacy: What Every American Needs to Know and The Schools We Need and Why We Don't Have Them. The Foundation conducts research on curricula, develops books and other materials for parents and teachers, offers workshops for teachers, and serves as the hub of a growing network of Core Knowledge schools. As you explore this site, you will find lesson plans, articles, and many other resources to help you use the Core Knowledge Preschool Sequence and Core Knowledge Sequence K-8 in your classroom and school.

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Get Christian Homeschool advice and support. Christian homeschooling resources and tools for your home education needs and homeschoolers resource center.

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Teaching Help is Kathryn Stout's monthly teaching tips column. Kathryn says, "I hope these tips will prove helpful. I plan to have a new column each month so if there are specific topics you would like me to discuss send your requests to my e-mail address: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.." You can Subscribe to have Teaching Help e-mailed to you each month. You can also have back issues sent to you via e-mail by selecting the "E-mail to yourself" option.

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