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artsconnected What a treat! Every click provides engaging information about the Arts. By choosing "art gallery," students can learn principles of art and then create their own picture using shapes and colors. "Surrounded by Beauty" describes the living art culture of Native Americans.
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What a treat! Every click provides engaging information about the Arts. By choosing "art gallery," students can learn principles of art and then create their own picture using shapes and colors. "Surrounded by Beauty" describes the living art culture of Native Americans. Global Positioning is an interactive page that allows students to discover art from around the globe. The "playground" is the best click of all for students. Totally interactive, these games and activities reinforce key artistic concepts. All of these activities plus full-color images of works of art, audio and video samples, and online lesson plans make this an excellent resource for all grade levels.

Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Walker Art Center

• Lesson Plans • Learning Exercises • Learning Games • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• High School Middle School Elementary School

Kristin Born

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