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Yahoo! had this to say about KinderArt:
For every parent who wants his or her child to develop an appreciation for viewing and making art, for every teacher who's looking for interesting developmental art lessons for the classroom using inexpensive and common materials that are probably already found in school, KinderArt is a wonderful free source of art education and inspiration ... KinderArt is educational, inspirational, and exhilarating -- a resource of the highest order.

The Federation of Women's Teacher's of Ontario had this to say about KinderArt:
KinderArt is an award winning, Canadian site that provides students and teachers with hundreds of ideas and activities in drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, multicultural art, cross-curricular art and seasonal art. Each lesson has a recommended grade level, a list of materials and clear instructions. There are also articles and tips on teaching art. Students can submit their art creations.

KinderArt was chosen as a Pick of the Week on WebMania.
Webmania is a three minute, weekly TV News segment on topical internet related information and hot sites. Webmania is seen on several CTV Stations and on CTV's N1.

The BBC had this to say about KinderArt:
This colourful site provides art education for children of all ages and even encourages parents to learn alongside their kids. There are over 125 hands-on art lessons covering everything from drawing techniques to sculpture. You'll also find articles on cultivating creativity and practical ideas for teaching children how to look at art. Add to this, palettes of seasonal projects, cross-curricular activities and an online art gallery. The result is illuminating.

Skewl Sites had this to say about KinderArt:
KinderArt Boasts Close to One Hundred Art Lessons that you can use in your classroom tomorrow. This site is a handy teacher resource to bookmark now and return to often as seasonal and fresh lesson ideas are added. The creators of the site have combined their backgrounds in education and the visual arts to develop a site to meet the needs of busy teachers. Many of the lesson ideas require materials readily found in schools and use the materials in simple, interesting ways ...

Teacher Magazine had this to say about KinderArt:
Created by visual artists Jantje Mulder and Andrea Mulder-Slater, KinderArt features art lesson plans primarily for K-8 students. The numerous activities include creating painted shoes, tennis-ball prints, spray-paint murals, crayon etchings, stained glass designs, magazine mosaics, and pebble pictures. The site has a section of art trivia, a glossary of terms, a place for teachers to exchange lesson plans, and a gallery featuring students' work.

USA Today had this to say about KinderArt:
If you've got a kid who likes doing art, you are in luck. KinderArt offers a big assortment of free online lessons.

Classroom Connect had this to say about KinderArt:
Looking for some creative ideas for your elementary art lessons? This site maintains a small but valuable collection of art lessons and activities. Lessons include body collage, seashell painting and making a cosmic mobile. Can't find what you want? The Art Exchange section offers educators the opportunity to post their favorite art ideas, tips and lesson plans for others to enjoy!

KinderArt has been featured in the following books!

The Ultimate Book of Homeschooling Ideas: 500+ Fun and Creative Learning Activities for Kids Ages 3-12
by Linda Dobson

Homeschool Your Child for Free: More Than 1,200 Smart, Effective, and Practical Resources for Home Education on the Internet and Beyond
by LauraMaery Gold and Joan M. Zielinski

Laughing Lessons: 149 2/3 Ways to Make Teaching and Learning Fun
by Ron Burgess, Cynthia Nelson, and Darsi Dreyer

Online Activities For Kids: Projects for School, Extra Credit, or Just Plain Fun!
by Preston Gralla

Homeschooling for Success: How Parents Can Create a Superior Education for Their Child
by, Robert T. Kiyosaki, and Rebecca Kochenderfer

Resources for Educating Children with Diverse Abilities
by Penny Deiner

Free Stuff for Home Decor on the Internet
by Judy Heim and Gloria Hansen

How to Get Referrals: The Mental Health Professional's Guide to Strategic Marketing
by Linda L. Lawless and G. Jean Wright

Early Childhood Development: Preschool Teacher Career Starter
by Elizabeth Chesla and Jelena Matic

Newberys & The Net: Thematic Technology Connections
by Annette Lamb and Nancy Smith

You Are Here Traveling with The Ultimate Internet Travel Guide
by Eric Leebow and John E. Discala

The Best-Ever Web Sites for the Topics You Teach (Grades 4-8)
by Roberta Salvador

You Are Here Kids & Family Internet Guide
by Eric Leebow

Family Friendly Web Sites for Kids
by Valerie L. Petro and Lauren E. Marley

Watch Me Paint a Picture
by Jack Otten

Free Stuff for Crafty Kids on the Internet
by Judy Heim, Gloria Hansen

The Ultimate Guide for Student Product Development & Evaluation
by Frances A. Karnes and Kristen R. Stephens

Net-Mom®'s Internet Kids & Family Yellow Pages
by Jean Amour Polly

Awards We've Won Through the Years...

We have won awards from: C&T Publishing,, Britannia, Golden Crane, e-Artfinder, EdHelper, Schoolsnet, Miss Kim, Smart Computing, StudyWeb, The Teacher's Corner, Highlight's for Kids, MCB, USA Today, The Cyber Mom, Education World, Cyber Teddy, KidWeb, Pacific Bell Knowledge Network, The Incredible Art Department, Skewl Sites, Edunet, Parenting Q&A, The School Page, NetMom, Yahoo Canada, Suite 101,, Ask Jeeves, StudyWeb, Copernicus, My Parentime, Education World and more.

We have appeared in...

Family Fun Magazine, Education World, The Teacher's Corner, Highlights Magazine, Suite101, Skewl Sites, USA Today, KidWeb and other publications.


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