The Arts help students express, organize, convey, and comprehend ideas that are often difficult to fully express through other mediums. In this brand-new series of resource round-ups focused on the Arts, we will share resources that help teachers and students do just that.

Whether you’re helping your students develop an understanding of math through visual representations, enriching your K-5 Arts curriculum, or creating additional opportunities for your students to express their gifts, our Arts resource round-ups will help you get there.

You’ll want to ready your pencils, paint brushes, mics, and instruments for these resources, half of which are FREE!


Community Coloring Page Feminine Attempt #2 by Klaire Lockheart (Small)
Community Coloring Page Feminine Attempt #2 by Klaire Lockheart (Small) by Art with Lockheart

It’s FREE!

“This community coloring page permits students to recreate a painting at 1/3 scale through teamwork.”

Frida Kahlo Art History and Self-Portrait Project
Frida Kahlo Art History and Self-Portrait Project by Art with Lockheart

“Artists create self-portraits to express themselves, and it is important for students to be able to connect their creations to the history of art. Frida Kahlo is famous for her artwork, and students can relate to her resilience.”

Kawaii Lineart Bundle
Kawaii Lineart Bundle by Digitalartsi

It’s FREE!

“Cute lineart illustrations clipart for a variety of uses.”

Watercolor Animals A-Z Clipart
Watercolor Animals A-Z Clipart by Digitalartsi

“Watercolor Animals A-Z alphabet clipart set.”

Paper Flower Arts & Craft Activity
Paper Flower Arts & Craft Activity by Steve Hiles

It’s FREE!

“Your students will enjoy this engaging arts craft activity. This will make an excellent gift for Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day or any other special occasion for that matter. A materials list and detailed step-by-step instructions are provided. Colored pictures are also included to enhance understanding.”

Get Started on the Right Foot... (The Critical First Days)
“Get Started on the Right Foot… (The Critical First Days) by Steve Hiles

“My Classroom Management E-Book –“Get Started on the Right Foot” is designed to give you a wealth of guidelines, checklists, activities, tips, and the shared experiences of other teachers so that you can plan your own preparation. For new teachers, there are many suggestions here that may not have been taught in your college courses. For experienced teachers, each year is a fresh start. You will probably recognize many of the ideas and can use this book as a reminder and inspiration as you”

Prime and Composite Numbers Posters FREEBIE Melonheadz Theme
Prime and Composite Numbers Posters FREEBIE Melonheadz Theme by The 5th Grade Renegade

It’s FREE!

“This color and eye catching resource helps to remind students of the difference between prime and composite numbers.”

Try Three Before Me Posters (Ask Three) Melonheadz Clip Art
Try Three Before Me Posters (Ask Three) Melonheadz Clip Art by The 5th Grade Renegade

“These posters are a game changer! They foster independent thinking and create less noise in the classroom!”

Scarecrow Blackline Clip Art
Scarecrow Blackline Clip Art by Dorky Doodles

It’s FREE!

“This cute scarecrow clipart comes as high resolution PNG images which work great for anything you’ll be printing and copying for a whole class. Students can color in the fun art once they’re done with the worksheets you create!”

Build a Class Clipart Set - 575 Pieces to Build Virtual Teachers and Students
Build a Class Clipart Set – 575 Pieces to Build Virtual Teachers and Students by Dorky Doodles

“During this time of distance learning and uncertainty you can create a virtual class and represent each of your students with all of the custom clothing, hair, and accessory options! Multiple skin color, hair color, and abilities are represented and ready to go!”

Word Work Mat FREEBIE
Word Work Mat FREEBIE by CreateEducateInspire

It’s FREE!

“This Word Work Mat FREEBIE is the perfect addition to your Guided Reading Lesson or some early literacy practice! Use these mats to work on the alphabet, sight words, CVC Words, and more!”

The At Home Learning Kit
The At Home Learning Kit by CreateEducateInspire

“This At Home Learning Kit provides you with an EDITABLE letter to parents, EDITABLE digital website cards, BLANK Games and Instructions, a Writing Journal, a Resource Booklet, Work Mats, and Math Tools. This Learning Kit is ideal to send home to supplement Distance Learning or can be used in the classroom so each student has their own personal materials.”

STRING FAMILY - One-minute Video Lesson for Music Class - Orchestra Unit
STRING FAMILY – One-minute Video Lesson for Music Class – Orchestra Unit by Meg’s Music Room

It’s FREE!

“Teach your elementary music students the basics of the string family in ONE MINUTE! Part of a large series of “Music Minutes by Ms. H.”

*6-Game Music Detective Bundle - Elementary Music - PowerPoint & SMART Notebook
*6-Game Music Detective Bundle – Elementary Music – PowerPoint & SMART Notebook by Meg’s Music Room

“This 6-game bundle for both POWERPOINT and SMART NOTEBOOK will assess students’ knowledge of different concepts in music while keeping them riveted to learning with the fun mystery theme! These games are literacy-forward while not compromising music learning. Case 1 – treble clef pitches Case 2 – instruments of the orchestra Case 3 – rhythms Case 4 – bass clef pitches Case 5 – treble clef pitch reading with boom whackers Case 6 – treble clef pitches (Nutcracker Theme)”

FREE RECORDER BOOM CARDS™ BAG Music Distance Learning Music Google Classroom™
FREE RECORDER BOOM CARDS™ BAG Music Distance Learning Music Google Classroom™ by Smart Lessons 101

It’s FREE!

“Students match BAG treble clef note flash cards with the correct recorder fingerings. This internet activity is perfect for distance learning, online lessons, in your music classroom or assign in Google Classroom for quick and efficient assessment or practice!”

BUNDLE Teacher Planner Digital Teacher Binder 2020-2021 Calendar Substitute Plan
“BUNDLE Teacher Planner Digital Teacher Binder 2020-2021 Calendar Substitute Plan by Smart Lessons 101

“FREE updates for life! Everything you need to stay organized with a 607 SLIDE EDITABLE digital music teacher planner and 438 page Teacher Planner Binder for PowerPoint or Google Slides! Quick and easy access to all your planning and information by the simple click of a tab or link!”

Asteroid! Active Rhythm Games for Level 1 Rhythms quarter, eighth notes, & rest
Asteroid! Active Rhythm Games for Level 1 Rhythms quarter, eighth notes, & rest by Becca’s Music Room

It’s FREE!

“Asteroid! Is a really fun, active rhythm game to get students engaged while reading rhythms. It can be used in the class, in the classroom but 6 feet away, or on Zoom if you are teaching virtually!”

Chicka Chicka Boom Boom K-1 Music Lesson for beat, ta, and titi
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom K-1 Music Lesson for beat, ta, and titi by Becca’s Music Room

“Chicka Chicka Boom Boom is a fun book– and it’s even more fun when you add rhythms! This lesson includes a powerpoint, directions, and printables to help students play quarter and eighth notes. Plus, they get to play instruments!”

Plan Do Review Cards for Highscope
Plan Do Review Cards for Highscope by Ashley’s Goodies

It’s FREE!

“These Plan/Do/Review Idea Cards are a must for any Highscope teacher! These cards add ideas to your bank of planning and recall routine.”

Highscope BUNDLE
Highscope BUNDLE by Ashley’s Goodies

“This bundle is a MUST for anyone beginning their adventure in the Highscope curriculum.”

Listening Cards (Printables and Powerpoint Images)
Listening Cards (Printables and Powerpoint Images) by Mr Litt’s Music Room

It’s FREE!

“Included are 16 printable listening cards you can reproduce, cut out, and issue to your students. Play a melody, and then they can choose from the multiple choice cards you allotted to them.”

Believer - BUCKET DRUMMING!
Believer – BUCKET DRUMMING! by Mr Litt’s Music Room

“There are three all-color coded slides along with the form identifiers listed next to each phrase. Discuss form with the students and teach them (by rote) the rhythms on the powerpoint with the corresponding repeats (most are repeated 4, 6, or 8 times). Then, apply it to drums!”