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- 4to40 : Geography Articles: Offers activities and games, poetry, folktales, and stories.
- American Folklife Center's Collections and Special Presentations: An amazing collection of folk music, stories, photographs, and traditional artwork from across America.
- Artissimo: Simple games and a gallery of art and stories created at the Artissimo kiosk in the National Gallery of Canada.
- Arts Alive: The National Arts Centre of Canada presents music, dance, and English and French theatre. In English and French.
- Artzia: Creative and Performing Arts: Introductory articles on the definition and role of art and on selected topics; with links to recommended sites for further study.
- Bananaboo: Offers jokes, crosswords, coloring, stories, recipes, crafts, safety tips, pet names and other entertaining activities.
- BlackDog: Kids free on-line games, puzzles, mazes, screen savers, stories, postcards, and holiday fun.
- Blast: A BBC initiative encouraging 13-19 year olds throughout the UK to get involved in dance, film, art and music.
- CBBC - Art: Interactive site tells about the personalities of artists, introduces their work and offers all sorts of interesting "Artyfacts."
- Chateau Meddybemps: You'll meet amusing characters, try some fun learning activities, read original stories, and encounter some pretty humorous ideas.
- Creative Art Space for Kids: Features children's art work from CASK, children's art exhibitions, and art classes.
- Fairy Godmother: Wishes and stories about how to make ordinary moments magical.
- Family Fun: The Art Institute of Chicago offers exploration of the center and online games.
- Festival of London Youth Arts: Creative web development training program built around the festival. Includes workshops, shows, events, facilities, and directory of London Arts organisations.
- Funology: Offers lots of fun, creative activities, games, jokes, and trivia.
- HaringKids.Com: Interactive activities designed to inspire a love of learning and art.
- Incredible Art Department: Includes art trivia and news, an overview of careers in art, and lesson ideas. Also accepts student art submissions.
- International Children's Festival of Mississauga: A four day festival of the Arts presenting the best in educational national and international performances for children.
- KidLit: Allows kids to share their original artwork and writings online.
- Kids Space: An educational learning site devoted to bringing out the creativity in kids of all ages around the world. Invites children to share their stories, pictures, and musical compositions.
- Kids Who Care: An international performing arts organization that provides training in theatre, dance, music, and art. Site includes information on classes, camps, and touring company.
- KidsPsych: Games and activities, offers a maze, online coloring and games, fun with shapes, I Spy, plus cute animations and sounds.
- KidsWorld: Games and a coloring page based on works of art.
- Lindsey's Place: Art education, including interactive artwork that kids can play with online.
- Mindzones.com: Searches for and rewards talent in the youth community of India. Site requires registration (free).
- Mount Spressmore - CYKE: Provides a playground for kids where they can find art galleries and submit works of art that will be added to the "Art Cave."
- National Gallery of Art NGAkids: Includes interactive discussions of paintings and sculpture in the National Gallery of Art, educational activities, and an animated musical story.
- National Gallery of Canada: CyberMuse: A look at various media, Canadian landscapes, careers at the National Gallery, and artistic elements and styles.
- Notebook: Offers visual arts and art history references and resources.
- Onawhim: An interactive art portal featuring original art coloring pages, animated movies, tutorials, e-cards, online games, and syndicated content.
- Our Museum of Art History: Virtual museum created by a third grade class presents the art forms of six different cultures.
- Scribbles Kids Art Site: Offers monthly projects as well as chances to win art supplies.
- Teens and the Arts: Serves as a venue showcasing teen actors, dancers, musicians, and artists.
- Telfair Artyfacts: Based on some of the works in the Telfair Museum of Art in Savannah, GA. Includes interactive activities for kids as well as and teacher's resources.
- The Art Window: Offers initial experiences into art terminology, principles and techniques and utilizes multi-cultural student work as teaching displays.
- The Children's Film Unit: Provides children aged 10 -18 an opportunity to participate in professional film and video workshops. A registered educational charity.
- The White Boxer Chronicles: The photographic adventures of two real white boxers, Charles-Clyde and Mavis. Includes holiday fun, projects, coloring pages, calendar, and boxer cartoons.
- The Zinglers: Offers stories, music, color pages, and online activities.
- Web Gallery of Art: Virtual museum of European painting and sculpture of the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque periods (1100-1800). With commentaries on pictures, biographies of artists, and guided tours.
- Women Artists in Canada: Works of women artists in diverse media, plus biographical information about the artists, essays, and a bibliography.
- Young Naturalist Awards: Collection of the winning entries from the American Museum of Natural History's national art and writing awards program for 7th to 12th graders.
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