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Arts Integration: Resource Roundup | Edutopia

Arts Integration: Resource Roundup

edutopia.org

Give Your Students Time to PLAY | The Art of Ed

theartofed.com

On the checkerboard, tile A looks much darker than tile B. Remarkably, as seen in the revised image, A and B are actually exactly the same color. When attempting to determine the color of a surface, our brains know that shadows are misleading that they make surfaces look darker than they normally are. We compensate by interpreting shadowy surfaces as being lighter than they technically appear to the eye.

drawing ability has psychological basis in perception and memory, researchers say

Why Some People Are Better At Drawing Than Others

huffingtonpost.com

online artist games for kids- yayoi kusama, andy warhol, henri matisse, and others

art games list

thaumatrope

Family Activities | The Art Institute of Chicago

online art games

Why there’s no homework in Finland…

The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art BLOG

"Why Can't You Draw" ... "remember your questions whether you ask them in a poem, or an equation, or a hypothesis, or even a drawing. They are all ways to engage with your world."

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Arizona Association for Environmental Education

the art of education blog

drawing development in children

children's art stages

teacher portfolio & links to interview questions

TeachArt.org | Karissa Ferrell- Contemporary Art resource

prismacolor blog

great early finisher ideas

the green art classroom

art history timeline