It’s that time of the year again! We’re releasing the updated version of our Visual Arts Education Curriculum, bigger and better than ever. We’ve expanded the reach of the curriculum geographically, including lists of local art resources in 9 cities: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago. Detroit, LA, Miami, NYC, San Diego, and San Francisco. Each city’s local art resources include fun free art activities, free and low-cost art resources for teachers, and self-care resources for teachers.
The new curriculum is also more affordable than ever, a move we wanted to make to increase accessibility to this comprehensive lesson planning resource. Now it’s only $49 for a physical copy and a digital PDF download!
So, what about the lesson plans? What’s changed in this year’s version of the curriculum? For starters, we divided the lesson plans into three separate grade level sections: Kindergarten-3rd Grade, 4th Grade-8th Grade, and highschool.
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