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You can't beat seeing art in person, but these websites and apps offer the next best thing. From digitized collections to art history timelines to virtual tours of museums, these picks offer a full suite of resources for the art classroom.
Inventive lessons and activities integrate Asian history, art, and more
Bottom line: It offers an in-depth look at Asia’s influence on art and history and provides lots of creative tools for educators.
Whimsical, kid-friendly intro to the wide world of art
Bottom line: A wonderful, endlessly detailed way to get kids engaged in the world of art.
Interactive projects, cool prompts, and famous works inspire creation
Bottom line: The overall experience is very open-ended, making it easy to bounce between creating and exploring art.
Kid-friendly access to museum resources on wide range of topics
Bottom line: Even given some limitations, the site is filled with ways for kids to explore meaning in historical artifacts, scientific data, and art.
Engaging ebook combines art with science in playful ways
Bottom line: Color Uncovered is a great way to enhance an art curriculum or to bring a more playful and artistic side to science.
What did we do before PhotoShop? How pre-digital images were altered
Bottom line: Faking It is a fascinating glimpse into how people altered photographs before the digital age, but it's likely to leave users wanting more.
Excellent curation and an unmatched art collection invites exploration
Bottom line: A one-stop shop for a vast amount of compellingly curated and contextualized art, but it's lacking educator supports.
Museum companion can stand alone as a modern art resource
Bottom line: Free access to a wealth of images with detailed commentary from artists and curators makes this a great arts education resource.
History and art intersect on the Met's vast, reading-centric site
Bottom line: This resource from the Metropolitan Museum of Art beautifully illustrates art's evolution and is great for research, but more interactivity would help balance out the text-heavy content.