This site features the Children’s art work of K. Michael Crawford. Kids of all ages are invited to find the magic within themselves. K. Michael Crawford encourages imagination, learning and creativity. In addition, this site offers a number of games and printable coloring pages. So let the adventure begin…
January 4, 2007 -- From a reader who is affiliated with the site.
New interactive site uses game strategy to involve kids in art. What if the J. Paul Getty Museum’s paintings were in pieces, and it was up to kids to put them back together again? Or if someone switched the details on the artworks, and kids had to find the changes? That’s the world of GettyGames, the J. Paul Getty Museum’s newly launched web feature that uses game strategies to help kids focus on art.
May 30, 2006 -- From Tiffany, a reader, from Chicago, IL, who is affiliated with the site.
Artsonia is the world’s largest kids art museum online. It’s a free, educational site where parents and teachers can upload the artwork done by kids and share their artwork with friends and family. There is no cost to participate, no minimum number of artwork required and any parent or teacher can do it! Family members can join a fan club, leave comments for the artist and purchase keepsakes imprinted with the child’s artwork. It’s fun, education, easy and everyone is welcome to participate!
May 5, 2006 -- From Renee Montgomery, a reader from Los Angeles, who is affiliated with the site
Collections Online is a fully-searchable database featuring the collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. With 45,000 records and 27,000 digital images, it is one of the largest databases developed by an art museum in the U.S.
May 26, 2002 -- From Gladys Jimenez, a parent from San Diego, CA, who is affiliated with the site
There are two art galleries, one for kids under 12 and one for Teens. Artwork is displayed monthly and kids can vote on the best one and the winner receives an art award ribbon and art related prizes.
May 26, 2002 -- From Marilyn B., a teacher from Columbus, IN, who is affiliated with the site
The site integrates art with science and social studies to teach recycling concepts in a fun and entertaining way. Visitors learn how to make art using easy to obtain solid waste as a source of free materials. Some of the activities include drawing, painting, sculpture, collage, papier-maché, marbling and crafts. A feature called the Badge Matcher helps Brownies, Girl Scouts and their leaders quickly locate art activities that help satisfy badge requirements.
December 28, 2000 -- From Morgen Brown, a reader from Australia who is affiliated with the site
The Worldwide Kids’ Art Gallery celebrates the boundless expression and imagination of children. We invite children from all corners of the globe to submit their art for display. Poetry and short stories will also be accepted.