Welcome to KinderArt®, where we make teaching art, easier by providing you with FREE art lesson plans, art ideas, craft activities and information for teaching children of ALL ages – from Preschool to High School.
I’m Andrea and I am so glad you stopped by!
KinderArt® is 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. KinderArt® is for YOU!
As a result, KinderArt.com is a very large, exciting (and potentially confusing) place.
This page is your gateway to the many art lesson plans available on KinderArt®. Lessons are categorized by technique or discipline.
Each section (ie: Painting) features a list of lesson plans organized alphabetically. You will also see recommended age/grade levels.
Choose from painting, printmaking, drawing, crafts, art history, sculpture and more.
To help you find your way, here are a few places to start…
SEARCH BY AGE OR GRADE
►Here you can browse through our art lesson plans by age or grade, from Preschool through High School.
SEARCH BY DISCIPLINE OR TECHNIQUE
SEARCH BY MATERIALS
►Maybe it would help if you looked for art lesson plans based on the MATERIALS you have on hand.
SEARCH BY THEME
►There is the option of browsing lessons by THEME. Here are some popular ones.
SEARCH BY SEASON
►We also have tons of ideas organized by SEASONS and SPECIAL DAYS.
PRINTABLE PAGES & WORKSHEETS
You will LOVE our growing list of Art Teacher Teaching Aids – printable worksheets and posters just for parents and teachers. And… we have a terrific selection of original hand-drawn COLOURING pages here: ►KinderColor
HOW TO TEACH ART
We have many articles about how and why to TEACH ART on our KinderArt Blog.
Here are some favourites:
- How to Introduce Your Kids to Art
- How to Bring Art Into Your Home or School Classroom
- Creative Spaces for Kids
- An Amazing Creativity Machine
- How to Look at (and Approach) a Work of Art
- How to Set Up an Art Classroom
- Art for Children and Adults with Disabilities
- Art Supply Safety for Kids
- Creating the Mood of Creativity in the Classroom
- Setting up Creative Spaces for Kids
- How to Be a Curator
- The Missing Link in Education
- Visual Arts Standards (USA)
- What Should be in Your Art Cupboard
More can be found on our BLOG.
You might also wish to visit The BIG List where everything (and I mean EVERYTHING is listed in one place).
If all else fails, or if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to CONTACT US. We are real people and we’re here to help.
Thanks so much for choosing KinderArt,
~Andrea Mulder-Slater and Jantje Blokhuis-Mulder