a neat site that was mentioned on this list a while ago is www.zefrank.com .
It does have some very cool interactive things on it (favorites are
scribbler and flower maker), but be careful as some of the written things
and galleries have questionable stuff. Maybe you can find a way to just let
them acess the art tools?
-Lydia in Toledo
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Subject: [teacherartexchange] Fun art related internet links
>I teach Middle School, and the way our exam schedule works out, I have my
> classes for 2 whole days after their exam. I don't want to start
> something new...and I don't want to/am not allowed to show videos. I can,
> however, have the laptop computer carts in my room.
> I would like suggestions for fun, middle school-aged interactive websites.
> They can be a how-to (I'm planning to let them use an origami site
> they've used before), or they can be art related games. They could even
> be a create art online type of thing, except that I won't have access to a
> printer for them.
> I've looked through many of the links on the IAD...but many of them seem
> to be either elementary level or more research-oriented.
> Heather Hayes
> Visual Art
> Ridgeview Middle School
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