Museums, arts organizations bring the experience home – CBS News: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/online-arts-for-kids-museums-arts-organizations-bring-the-experience-home/
Lincoln Center at Home: http://www.lincolncenter.org/lincoln-center-at-home
#ColorOurCollections: Who need coloring books when you have “Color Our Collections”? Dozens of museums and libraries across the U.S. and Canada are making available downloadable PDF pages of etchings, prints, line drawings and other works from their collections (such as the sun from a 1554 book, “L’arte del navegar”).
Tate Kids: Free art games and activities, quizzes, and lessons about famous artists, from Degas and Dali to Hockney and Warhol.
MoMA Kids: Audio tours for kids.
Children’s Museum of Manhattan: “CMOM at Home” Daily videos, sing-a-longs and games from the educator at New York’s Children’s Museum of Manhattan. They even offer a recipe for magical surprise slime.
“Lunch Doodles” with Mo Willems: Children’s book author-illustrator Mo Willems, a Kennedy Center Education Artist-in-Residence, invites you into his studio each day to explore ways of writing and making art together. Kennedy Center@Home also offers free videos of live and on-demand performances, with new releases daily.
The Louvre: “Learning About Art”: The Parisian museum’s website features interactive activities include: “A Closer Look,” allowing students to magnify works of art; “The Elements of Art,” which explores topics such as composition and perspective; and “Tales of the Museum,” a playful exploration of the Louvre’s history.
Frist Art Museum: FristKids: Nashville’s Frist Art Museum’s website offers FristKids, with interactive activities and videos.
Speed Art Museum: “Speed Online”: The Louisville museum’s “Art Sparks” offers instructional videos and ideas for younger kids, such as creating abstract paintings and geometric prints.
Walters Art Museum: The Baltimore museum offers a virtual classroom with lessons plans for a variety of art topics.
National Gallery of Art: The NGA Kids Art Zone app for iPad contains interactive activities inspired by works in the collection of the National Gallery of Art, plus a sketchbook for freehand drawing, and a personal exhibition space.