Here find over 200 career choices for art students.
KinderArt® features many activities and lesson plans which have proven successful with children and adults with physical or mental challenges.
In order to help those who work with special children and adults, we have listed a few appropriate activities here in one place.
Helpful hints and tips, and pointers for parents so their children can look at the world with an eye for expression and thought through writing.
One mom’s story of discovery after her daughter asked a great question.
How to Keep the Kids Occupied During the Dog Days of Summer
A review of the book, The Toddler’s Busy Book.
A degree of shyness is normal whenever social expectations are new or ambiguous. Find out if and when to worry, and what to do about it.
Should you consider introducing a pet in your classroom? Here’s what to consider.
If you have students who love to write stories, draw pictures and organize information, why not create a classroom newspaper?
There are some steps you can take to help your child look forward to school each day, rather than loathe the mere thought of it.
Kids ask the darnedest questions. Here’s how one mom learned more about giraffes then she ever imagined.
Talent shows. Science projects. Homework. Dance class. Basketball practice. Violin recitals. Book reports. When is enough too much?
There are several ways that busy parents can stay involved in their children’s educational growth.
A skillful teacher can inspire, motivate, stimulate, and develop the minds of students.
Some art supplies and art activities can be unsafe unless caregivers follow simple guidelines for selecting and storing materials and teach children how to use them properly.
A book review of The Art of Teaching Art by Nancy Beal with Gloria Bley Miller.
When the kids are bored and looking for something to do, make some of these fun and inexpensive crafts.
Ages: 2-5 yrs, 5-8 yrs, 8-11 yrs
Grades: Preschool, K-2, Grades 3-5
Levels: ECE, Primary, Junior
Do you share a special day with an artist of the past (or present)? Have a peek to find out.
Beautiful step-by-step lesson plan packs created by KinderArt for children in grades K-6