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Great Websites

APS Fine Arts features great art websites in all disciplines, appropriate for adults and for students at all grade levels.

All Arts Disciplines

Appropriate for Adults


Visual Arts

Appropriate for Adults

  • Deep Space SparkleCategorizes elementary art lessons by grade, media, subject and more.
  • Blick Educator's TabLessons and information for art teachers
  • New Mexico Art Education AssociationThe New Mexico chapter of the National Art Education Association, dedicated to providing quality content-specific professional development to New Mexico Visual Art teachers.
  • KinderArtSearch a variety of media by grade level
  • Incredible ArtProvides links to lessons, clip art,  computer art games, and other arts-related resources

Drama Sites


Music Sites

Appropriate for K-5

Appropriate for Grades 3-5

Appropriate for 4th Grade through Middle School

Appropriate for Middle School and High School

Appropriate for All

Appropriate for Adults

  • Classics for KidsA site for with a wealth of music links
  • PBS Teacher ResourcesResources for teachers
  • DLTK's Crafts for KidsSeveral different templates of books for manipulative, felt boards and coloring pages (Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See?, Stone Soup, etc.) Also includes several craft activities for different cultures.
  • The Silk Road ProjectRefers to the multicultural organization founded by world-renowned musician Yo-Yo Ma; can address a variety of Social Studies themes by listening to world music, viewing unusual instruments, and learning about the Silk Road itself.
  • Jazz at Lincoln CenterInteractive websites and streaming videos to listen or learn about jazz. 

Dance

  • Creative Dance CenterFeatures information about “Brain Dance”, a technique which can be used for ages five through adult; also provides links to information about how dance can be used to improve kinesthetic awareness and brain function.
  • The Kennedy Center DanceDance activities and lessons.
  • Math DanceLesson ideas for teaching math through movement, a book you can order and some really good video of two witty guys with a knack for choreography.