In response to the current COVID-19 pandemic, many families are trying to engage meaningful arts learning experiences at home. We're here to share ideas and supplement what your amazing arts educators are facilitating online!
At Home Learning with WTCI. Click here.
The Tennessee Department of Education is partnering with PBS to deliver daily instructional content for Tennessee students starting on April 6th, 2020; including on WTCI. In addition to preK-12 programming broadcasted daily on channel 45.3 from 6am-6pm, the WTCI education team have collaborated with Hamilton County teachers on downloadable one-pagers for learning activities geared towards multiple grade-levels.
Center for Puppetry Arts. Click here.
The Center for Puppetry Arts in Atlanta, GA has expanded their digital learning platform to include many free opportunities including curriculum-based workshops and interactive puppet shows.
PBS Kids. Click here.
PBS Kids offers many activities aligned with a variety of education standards. If you have learners at home that love interactive games and videos, this is for you!
LUNCHDOODLES with Mo Willems! Click here.
Mo Willems, Kennedy Center Education Artist-in Residence, teaches a variety of learners how to "draw, doodle, and explore new ways of writing." You might be familiar with Mo Willems through his children's book, Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus!.
Virtual Museum Resources, E-Learning, and Online Resources. Click here.
The Museum Computer Network (MCN) has compiled a great list of virtual museum resources for a variety of interests and ages. There is a lot here, and we highly encourage families to explore options that support their needs.
We'll be sharing many more resources on our Facebook page including videos created by our nationally recognized SCEA staff!