Kindergartners create a lot of art. They learn the vocabulary of art and elements of art.
First graders explore new art materials and learn the vocabulary and elements of art.
How you can help at home: In this activity your child explores different shapes to create abstract art.
Second graders explore color and learn about the elements and meaning in art.
In a rich art program, your child will learn about visual arts, music, theater, and dance.
Third graders work independently and in groups to create more detailed art. They identify art from different parts of the world and learn new art techniques.
In a rich art program, your child will learn about visual arts, music, theater and dance.
Hands-on craft projects in preschool build a surprising set of skills.
An art historian talks about how to get the most out of museums.
Help your child discover the centuries-old craft of papermaking, and creative recycling, by turning scraps into one-of-a-kind cards.