SegPlay – Online Paint by Number

May 5, 2006 -- From Mark Feldman, a parent from San Francisco, CA, who is affiliated with the site

SegPlay is a fun, free, and challenging interactive artistic experience which allows you to color in detailed photographic patterns, without lifting a paint brush or crayon. It’s the largest collection of Paint by Number patterns on the Internet.

Brooklyn Expedition

April 7, 2004 -- From an anonymous reader in Brooklyn, NY, who is affiliated with the site

Produced by the Brooklyn Children’s Museum, Brooklyn Public Library and Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn Expedition has lots of interactive activities to make collections more accessible. Multi-disciplinary themes include Structures, Latin America and Brooklyn. Beautifully designed with kids seven to twelve in mind.

Hands On Crafts

February 15, 2001 -- From Helene Blowers, a reader from North Carolina who is affiliated with the site

A fun interactive site with all the bells and whistles! This website is designed to offer kids the virtual experience of working with clay and fiber crafts. Kids can build a virtual face jug, coil a pot, create a crazy quilt, weave a wacky wardrobe and much more. The site also includes brief video clips of actual kids doing the crafts for real. This site is tons of fun and a great introduction to traditional clay and fiber crafts (pottery, quilting, basketry & weaving)


May 31, 2000 -- From Nancee, a parent from New Orleans, LA who is not affiliated with the site

Psst… want to see a picture? How about the Mona Lisa? Artcyclopedia is a searchable directory of links to museum-quality artwork. The data base can be searched by artist name, by movement (such as impressionism), by subject (for example landscapes) as well as by medium and nationality.


February 9, 2000 -- From Scott Sayre, a teacher from USA who is affiliated with the site

ArtsConnectEd contains thousands of works of art, audio, video and K-12 educational resources from the collections of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and the Walker Art Center.

Bridgeman Museum of Art

February 7, 2000 -- From George, a parent from Costa Mesa, California who is not affiliated with the site

The Fleeting Image” is an interactive exhibition of the painters and paintings of the Impressionist movement. Use the tour button for a guided view.