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48 Iconic Buildings around the World

Architecture refers to buildings and other stuctures (such as towers and bridges) that humans have constructed. Architects usually consider form (shapes) and function (what the thing is used for) when designing structures. This webpage from the website- Home Decorating Trends shows some famous buildings from around the world. One of the site's editors describe each place with fairly easy to read text.

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50 Iconic Buildings

Architecture and Design's website list of 50 buildings around the world that are beautiful, famous, or interesting. Architecture is considered one type of art.

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ART Museums link

Here's a link to Art Museums (and other museums) all over the world. Enjoy the beauty and creativity that the world artists have given us over the ages from your digital device.

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Art School

KQED, the Bay Area's local PBS station hosts these arts and crafts lessons for kids and adults.

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Artelino Japanese Woodblock Prints

Beautiful Japanese Woodblock Prints

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Coloring.com

Online Coloring Book. Choose a picture, then click on blue button that says "color online"

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Create Word Cloud Art

Make a cool picture or poster with words! This is a fun project. You can also use it for studying. Make a poster with just your spelling words, or your science words that you need to learn this week.

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Draw/Paint: ABCya's Color, Draw, and Paint

ABCya's painting and drawing program online

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Draw/Paint:Nick Jr. Freedraw

Kid's drawing and painting online

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Draw/Paint:Silk -Interactive Generative Art

You can have fun and draw a kaleidoscope on this website. A program will remember what you drew and make a movie. You can then see your movie and share it with your friends. ---You can also learn about symmetry in math.

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Draw/Paint:Sumo Paint

This is a free online painting program. However, you need to have an email account and get a membership to use this free service. This paint program has more features than the other websites listed on MYPLEARN.

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Google Image Search

Images are pictures, photos, drawings, illustrations, or paintings. You can search for pictures of your favorite animals, toys, or other objects- even coloring book pages!

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Kennedy Center Arts Edge

New York City's famous Kennedy Center's Educational Website for students

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Kuula 360 Virtual Tour - Panoramic Photos and Pictures

Full panoramas are pictures that go all the way around in a circle. Circles have 360 degrees. Look at photos from all over the world. These are my panoramic photos (wide pictures). To see a lot of other photos by great photographers (artists), click on the Explore link on the top of the page. --Double click on the pictures, then use the mouse to move around the photo.---Warning: photos may take a long time to load over slow connections.

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M.C. Escher Gallery

M. C. Escher was an artist who used math. See some of his work.

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Music Appreciation

Musical instruments in an Orchestra

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Music: Little Kids Rock

Learn some songs. Try out some instruments.

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NGA Kids Art Zone

Art Projects for kids from the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.

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Spiromath

You can make art with math too. This is an interactive math activity. It's just like a spirograph toy!

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The Human Clock

What time is it now? See a collection of the time of day made by people all over the world.

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Website Design- Websites for kids

Website Design winners for kids' sites

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Artistic - Museums and Galleries/Virtual Tours


California Academy of Science

This science and technology museum in San Francisco, California is great to visit. Here is their online presence.

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Favorite Children's Museums Worldwide

Here is a website that lists and describes museums that are great for kids to visit. For example, if you visit the The Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, Montana you can see the largest T-Rex Skull ever discovered.

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Freeality Online Museums & Exhibitions

Links for some museums worth visiting online are listed here.

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Google Arts and Culture

This site showcases a lot of art projects happening all over the world. The site has links to some museums.--- To view museums: click on EXPLORE then scroll down the page until you see Collections ----Lots of the paintings are shown in very high resolution (a lot of detail if you zoom in). READ Instructions for zooming.

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Multi-cultural Children's Art Museum

Artwork of children with and without disabilities are featured at this museum in Oregon. Shown are the 2017 contest winners. You can also see the 2016 and 2018 winners by clicking links near the top of the page.

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Museum of Modern Art

San Francisco's MOMA has some interactive activities for kids.

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Museum of Natural History

The American Museum and Natural History is located in New York City. Online links include interactive activities about the planet (astronomy) and rocks (geology). --READ instructions to get into the site.

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Museums by State

A directory (list) of museums by state. Some of the museums have websites. This is a very big list! -- READ instructions .

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Museums by Topic

Museum Stuff's large directory (list) of museums by topic. Topics include dolls, motorcycles, Native Americans, dinosuars, and mineralogy (rocks). Some of these museums have websites. SEE instructions.

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Museums: Exploratorium Museum

Museum in San Francisco. Lots of interactive activities

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National Gallery of Art

Art Museum located in Washington D.C. Look and the works of many artists. Learn about artists including painters, sculptures, and photographers.

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South Hampton Primary School's Art Exhibit

One school's art exhibit

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Teachertube Louvre Museum, Paris

A Video tour of the Louvre Museum. But you have to watch a commercial first. Then click double arrows to make full screen

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The Tech Museum

This technology museum in San Jose, California. This museum also has a lot of hands-on exhibits.

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Virtual Tour of the Louvre Museum

Visit this famous Art Museum in Paris, France. Click on "launch virtual tour". --READ instructions for more details.

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BBC Words and Pictures

Language Arts games

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Biographies- Famous Writers, Authors, and Poets

Here is a page that lists some of the world's most famous writers of books, poems, and other forms of the written word. Biographies tell about a person's life. --If the text on the webpage is dark blue, you can click on the link to get more information about the person's life.

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Biographies- Scientists

This site lists some famous scientists and inventors. You can find out more about these people by typing their names into a search engine (like kidrex.org) or going to your library and asking librarians for help finding books or videos.

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Children's International Library

International Collection of books in several languages including Spanish and English

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Cyberkids

Kids writing and Poetry

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Dogo News

See current news in science and exploration as well as other fields of knowledge.

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Educational Comics

This site has comics about all kinds of subjects.

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Educational Comix: Comic Strip of the Day

Here is an article about educational comics. There are also some links for other educational sites that feature comics on the webpage.

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Funbrain Books

This page has links to books like Diary of a Wimpy Kid. The site also has a lot of other areas including math, videos, and a playground.

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HM Grammar Blast

Some Language Arts games and quizzes for several grades.

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Interesting Thing of the Day

An assortment of interesting things to read and learn about.

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Internet Archive Digital Library

A library of free books, music, pictures, and videos

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Links to more Biographies, Animals, and Geography information on Myplearn

This is a shortcut to the Writing Reports area that has many websites with great reading materials for you to enjoy. You do NOT need to write a report to learn more about your favorite person or country!

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Magic Keys Books

Some online stories read out loud

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Mr. Donn's Magazine List

Some online magazines (zines) and some other reading material.

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Oxford Owl Reading

Lots of stories at different levels

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Professor Garfield Language Arts Games

Chicken Coop and several other games

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Professor Garfield Reading

Some online stories including stories about Garfield and some science topics such as-- how do planes fly?

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Reading Bear

Learn to read better. Great resource for students, teachers, and parents.

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Roy the Zebra Reading Games

Language Arts games

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Scholastic Community Club

Some online stories including topics: jobs, animals, and presidents

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Starfall Reading Level C

Some online stories. Check out the other levels as well. Also there are special art and reading activities for holidays on the home page.

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Storyline Online

Stories are read out loud (aloud) by t.v. stars and other famous people.

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Student News Net

Online newspaper written for young audiences

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The Reading Planet

Here is a website about reading and literature.

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