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Art Links for Kids

Here are some cool websites for you to check out. Most of these sites have fun art activities. Let us know the name and web address of your favorite art website, and we may post it here. Just click here to send your suggestion.

A. Pictura: Art Detective
http://www.eduweb.com/pintura/ 
This website teaches you about artists and art techniques with the art detective, A. Pictura.

Albright-Knox Art Games
http://www.kids.albrightknox.org/
This interactive site includes lots of fun art activities that help you learn about artists and the works of art in the collection of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, New York.

@rt Room 
http://www.arts.ufl.edu/art/rt_room/index.html
This site lets you explore the world of art. It includes bibliographies of art books, exhibits of kids’ art from different parts of the world, and facts about famous artists.

Art Safari
http://www.moma.org/momalearning/artsafari/index.html
Art Safari invites you to explore the painting and sculpture collection of The Museum of Modern Art in New York City. In addition to looking at art, you're encouraged to make your own art and view the work of other kids.

Crayola Kids
http://www.crayola.com/kids/
The Crayola website focuses on reading, writing, and crafts. You can play games and design e-cards.

Coloring.com
http://www.coloring.com/
This site has many online coloring pages where you pick colors and use your mouse to color pictures of holidays, animals, and sports.

Imagination Factory
http://www.kid-at-art.com/
This site provides art activities using recycled materials. The site gives you ideas for painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, fiber arts, and crafts from recycled media.

Metropolitan Museum of Art: Explore and Learn
http://www.metmuseum.org/explore/justforfun.asp
There's something fun for all kids on the Metropolitan Museum of Art's website. You can play games like "Carpet Hunt" and "What is It", or they can find answers to questions like, "What was the first work of art in the Met Museum?" 

National Gallery of Art: Kids Site
http://www.nga.gov/kids
You can visit a virtual sculpture garden, join in an art adventure with artists such as Tissot, Kandinsky and David, or take a postcard tour.

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