Art History This site holds links to famous artists, art styles and periods, and art mediums. Very easy to navigate.
Met Museum The Metropolitan Museum of Art—the educator’s section has images, pdfs of lessons, and entire books for teachers to access online.
National Gallery of Art (Washington, D.C.) You have a wide variety of sites to explore here, but what most caught my eye was that teachers may borrow free-loan teaching materials. There are also online educational games that students will enjoy.
People to People International Global Youth Murals celebrate peace through the arts! This is also another pen pal possibility through Pres. Eisenhower’s People-to-People organization. It is free and the organization does a very careful match up of your school with a willing partner somewhere in the world.
Great website for kindergarten teachers. There are many free printables (for classroom use only). Downloads are not free however.
You will find some of the best art history sites here. I “toured” the Louvre again.
Crayola for Educators Crayola has had a long-standing relationship with educators, providing quality products for the classroom and students’ home projects. A visit to Crayola.com is well worth the trip with artful lessons, classroom resources and the latest information regarding special programs and offers.
Asia Art-Here Asian art is presented to all the world to enjoy.