A. Pintura: Art Detective - As A. Pintura, a 1940's-style detective with a degree in art history, you must identify the artist of a mystery painting.
Canadian Tapestry – The Fabric of Cultural Diversity - Resources - Three Teaching Guides list textile-making activities. Each can be used in the classroom to support and enrich the major curriculum areas of social studies, visual arts, mathematics, and language and literacy. To appeal to every region of Canada, the curriculum connections are indicated in broad and general terms. Activities for K – 12.
Children's Literature: Lesson Plans and Resources - This page contains links to lesson plans and resources for children’s literature (grades K-6).
Essentials Of Music - This site offers basic information on classical music for casual listeners or serious music students. You can search for information on musical eras or composers, or look up a term in the glossary.
Language Arts Lesson Plans and Resources - This page contains links to lesson plans and resources for teaching reading, spelling, writing, journalism, communication, debate, and drama.
Learning Through the Arts – Lesson Plans - Learning Through the Arts (LTTA) is a rigorous, structured curriculum program that impacts the classroom on a daily basis. LTTA offers lesson plans for all academic subjects.
Learning Through the Arts – Student Zone – Games - Play online games while learning about alliteration, fractions, bullying, insects, and more.
Mouseover Music - At mouseovermusic.com, The Lyrics and The Music Web site, you just “mouse” over words to hear the music.
National Film Board of Canada - Created in 1939, the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) is a public agency that produces and distributes films and other audiovisual works which reflect Canada to Canadians and the rest of the world. It is an exceptional fountain of creativity, which, since its very beginnings, has played a crucial role in Canadian and international filmmaking.
Renaissance Connection - With the simple click of a mouse you and your students can travel 500 years into the past via Renaissance Connection, an interactive educational Web site complete with digital images of artworks from the Kress collection, interactive activities, lesson plans, a timeline, maps and more.
Welcome to Claude Monet's - This site dedicated to the French artist Claude Monet constitutes a structured intrusion into the world of this artist.
Welcome to the Stone Soup Web Site - Stone Soup is an online magazine published by young writers and artists. Students can read a sample issue in the writing and art section. Stone Soup is unique: it is the only children’s magazine made up entirely of the creative works of children aged 8-13. Students can also listen (or listen and read along) to stories written by these young writers.