Georgia Department of Education Fine Arts Resources
Instructional resources for fine arts teachers include
Kennedy Center Classroom Resources
Free digital learning resources: lessons, articles, performance guides, how-tos and much more.
NCAS Model Cornerstone Assessments
National Core Arts Standards in Dance, Media Arts, Music,Theatre and Visual Arts
SEADAE Arts Instructional Resources
Repository of instructional resources
Collection of teaching videos including lesson demos and instructional ideas in the arts.
Media Literacy Now
Resources and tools for teachers, parents, and students.
The Art Career Project
Career exploration in the arts and provides students the ability to explore and research relevant careers, education/certification programs, and jobs.
College Board AP Review Classes
Free, live AP review courses
Arts Ed NJ has created a special section of the Arts Ed NJ website with resources for arts educators. We have been working in close consultation with the Art Educators of New Jersey, Dance New Jersey, New Jersey Music Educators Association, Speech and Theatre Association of New Jersey, and New Jersey Thespians to make available these resources to all of our educators and teaching artists. The pages include resources that are applicable to everyone (technology platforms and services) as well as individual pages for each discipline.
Center for Puppetry Arts has expanded its Digital Learning platform to include free live streaming. You can enjoy curriculum-based workshops and Digital Learning interactive puppet shows from the safety and comfort of home. All you need is an internet connection to join their Zoom rooms.
This site offers daily art exposure and potential lessons.
The Kennedy Center offers many free arts integration lessons for multiple subject areas.
Free access to general music activities and curriculum, most best accessed digitally
Sight Reading Factory
Exercises, designed to be viewed on electronic devices (mobile and desktop), support sight-reading and sight-singing practice.
The DSO’s educational website for teachers, students and families, DSOkids.com includes classroom activities and resources such as composer biographies, instrument photos with sound demonstrations and an opportunity to join the DSO Kids Club.
FREE access for the public to hundreds of music activities for PreK-6. Use login: snow and password: 2020.
Free music education games and learning activities provided for all ages.
This website, in conjunction with the San Francisco Symphony’s live performances, provides a great way for people of all ages to hear, learn, have fun and play games with music.
A list of music education resources provided by VH1 Save the Music Education Foundation.
MusEDLab for all ages
Based at New York University, MusEDLab offers a host of ingenious, intuitive games – like Music Pizza for creating great grooves!
The Country Music Hall of Fame offers a variety of educational resources
for teachers and students.
A comprehensive and multi-tabbed listing of vocal music resources from the Texas Music Educators Association
Beat By Beat Teaching Drama Online
List of online resources to help keep your drama programs running
EdTA Resources for Creating Online Learning
Guide to getting started along with a curated list of some of the best resources available to help build online learning experiences for your students to support you during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) emergency.
Digital Theatre Plus Practice and Practitioner Videos
How to, practice, and process videos
National Dance Education Organization
Variety of resources for dance educators
Free materials to schools, teachers and anyone interested in learning more about a specific Broadway show, the professional theatre or the theatre as a communicative art form.
National Dance Education Organization
On-Demand WebinarRecordings: Teaching Dance Online
Working in the Theatre is The Wing’s Emmy® Nominated documentary series produced to entertain audiences by revealing theatre’s inner-workings, profiling industry luminaries, and taking a closer look at unique stories that surround important work. The videos are best suited for students in grades 9-12. Additional free resources are also available on the site.
Free online theatre videos provided by the National Theatre.
A list of many free theatre education activities and resources compiled by Florida Thespians.
Links to many online resources for theatre students and teachers.
Theatre education resources, videos, and webinars provided at no cost.
Dixon At Home
Informal short videos, hands-on activity guides, demonstrations, and more for all ages
Art for Kids Hub
Student, parent, and family activities for art making.
Art of Education University
Articles, videos, instructional ideas, and professional development opportunities for arts educators.
Metropolitan Museum of Art "MetKids"
Interactive maps, videos, and more digital content designed especially for kids ages 7-12
Scholastic Art and Writing
Discussions about art and writing and providing critical thinking activities.
Teachers have open access to a library of 25,000 fine art images as well as full use of student books and teacher editions.
Links to free online resources for K-12 art students compiled by the Art Educators of Minnesota.
Davis is offering their digital resources FREE until the end of June. The site includes textbooks, teacher manuals, and more.
A free art curriculum that is available virtually. It provides art projects that offer authentic art experiences for students — every student makes their own artistic decisions and walks away from the project with art work unique to them. Each project includes video tutorials and thorough lesson plans so that anyone can feel comfortable teaching art, regardless of their background or experience level. More, the art projects are aligned to topics and themes found in literacy, math, social studies, and science.
Provided by the Frist Art Museum this site is perfect for students interested in knowing more about art. They have several videos, and each video has an art project you can make at home.
Mo Willems invites YOU into his studio everyday for his LUNCH DOODLE. Learners worldwide can draw, doodle and explore new ways of writing by visiting Mo’s studio virtually once a day for the next few weeks. Grab some paper and pencils, pens, or crayons and join Mo to explore ways of writing and making together.
Arts Website Compilation
What you need to know when teaching remotely
Providing Services to Children with Disabilities During COVID-19
Using Zoom in Music Mode – important audio setting information