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15 Sites for Finding Images and Clip Art for Education

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April 18, 2012 By: David Kapuler

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A while back I did a top 10 sites for finding images and clip art for education.  However, a lot of things have changed since then and a few of those sites no longer exist.  A handful of new and exciting sites have been developed for education for finding images, which led me to creating a new list. Keep in mind, when searching for images for students it is always a good idea to have adult supervision/filtering solution. The following list is in alphabetical order.

15 Sites for Finding Images and Clip Art for Education

  1. 3D Toad- A innovative site with interactive 360-degree rotatable images.
  2. Behold- A nice search engine to use with adult supervision for finding images on Flickr.
  3. Find Icons- A great site for finding free icons to use in the classroom.
  4. FreeFoto- A wonderful site for 1000s of free photos that can be used by students.
  5. FreePhotoBank- A excellent site for free stock photos.
  6. Google Images- A great way to search for images as long as the safe search filter is turned on.
  7. humanline- A new site for teachers and students for free images for art, history, science, etc.
  8. ookaboo- A great way to search for free stock photos on a wide variety of subjects.
  9. OpenClipArt- A nice site for free clip art.
  10. Pics4Learning- One of the most popular image sites for finding images for education.
  11. Picsearch- A excellent place for finding images as long as being used with adult supervision.
  12. School Clip Art- Doesn't get much better then this for free clip art for students and teachers.
  13. Sprixi- A great way to search for images with adult supervision.
  14. Veezzle- A free stock photo search engine and community.
  15. Visual Dictionary- Not only a great place to find educational photos, but also offers descriptions and more.

To view my Images for Education board on Pinterest, click here.

David Kapuler is an educational consultant with more than 10 years of experience working in the K-12 environment. For more information about his work, contact him at dkapuler@gmail.com and read his blog at cyber-kap.blogspot.com.

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