The Arts help students express, organize, convey, and comprehend ideas that are often difficult to fully express through other mediums. In this 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 6-12 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!


FREE Widescreen Watercolor Border Clipart | Fits Google Slides + PPT Templates
FREE Widescreen Watercolor Border Clipart | Fits Google Slides + PPT Templates by Jax and Jake

It’s FREE!

“This set of colorful watercolor widescreen borders was created to fit into standard Google Slides and Powerpoint Templates. Just insert as a background into slide shows to quickly create a professional presentation. These are also high quality clipart image files so they can be printed out to make posters, labels, and flyers.”

Widescreen PASTEL Rainbow Watercolor Clipart Borders | Google Slides Templates
Widescreen PASTEL Rainbow Watercolor Clipart Borders | Google Slides Templates by Jax and Jake

“These colorful Pastel Rainbow Watercolor Widescreen Borders were created to fit into standard Google Slides and Powerpoint Templates. They are high quality clipart image files so they can be printed out to make things like posters, labels, and flyers.”

DDCarrotSticks FREE font
DDCarrotSticks FREE font by Deeder Do Designs

It’s FREE!

“This easy to read font was created to help young or beginning readers!”

Doors Bundle Clip Art
Doors Bundle Clip Art by Deeder Do Designs

“Doors will be opened when you use these bright and colorful door clipart pieces in your resources!”

Three Note Melody Bingo for Ear Training
Three Note Melody Bingo for Ear Training by TeachingWise

It’s FREE!

“It’s a great way to introduce or hone the skills of pitched music dictation. If you are studying intervals, you could also call out the two interval names instead of playing the sounds.”

Interactive Notebook Listening Logs for Music Appreciation - Distance Learning
“Interactive Notebook Listening Logs for Music Appreciation – Distance Learning by TeachingWise

“This interactive notebook contains 19 pages of readings and activities to teach students how to listen critically and what to listen for, followed by blank listening log questions sheets that are appropriate for ANY type of music. It’s a great cross-curricular resource that includes reading comprehension and activities to reinforce learning, and it’s a fantastic way to get music appreciation marks throughout the year!”