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 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!


Wild Things Bookmark Making Guide and template
Wild Things Bookmark Making Guide and template by Fuglefun

It’s FREE!

“After your students finish creating their beautiful wild things with visual texture, have them put the image on a bookmark. I have this free simple guide to get you started. You can use my bookmark template or make your own. I am sharing a template that will work for these 2.125 x 7.25 inch sleeves.”

Wild Things with Visual Texture
Wild Things with Visual Texture by Fuglefun

“This handout will help your young students practice creating a Wild Thing with visual texture inspired by the book Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak.”

Dominoes And Dice Clipart
Dominoes And Dice Clipart by PartyHead Graphics

It’s FREE!

“Teachers can use this set of dice and dominoes to create fun educational activities for kids. These images can be used to practice skills such as counting, subitizing, addition, and so much more!”

Rocket Alphabet Clipart Letters English Spanish (Guided Set)
Rocket Alphabet Clipart Letters English Spanish (Guided Set) by PartyHead Graphics

“This rocket themed clipart pack is ideal to engage students to practice their letters and numbers. This set will help kids use the correct formation as it includes visuals to remind students to start from the rocket and end at the moon.”

Soundtrack of my Life FREE Playlist Printable (Connecting Music To Emotion)
Soundtrack of my Life FREE Playlist Printable (Connecting Music To Emotion) by Teach From The Stage

It’s FREE!

“Want your students to think more critically about how music connects to their emotions? This printable playlist freebie allows students to create a short playlist of songs that help them feel calm or excited, so they can reflect on how the music they listen to impacts their feelings and emotions.”

Music Themed Whiteboard Prompts (PowerPoint & Google Slides)
Music Themed Whiteboard Prompts (PowerPoint & Google Slides) by Teach From The Stage

“Use these music-themed whiteboard prompts as an engaging ”Minds On” activity to start off each music class. Get your students engaged and discussing music with these relevant and exciting conversation starters. Use one paperless prompt each class, with enough prompts to last the entire year!”

General Music Teacher Slides | Template
General Music Teacher Slides | Template by musicpluscoffee

It’s FREE!

“Stay organized while planning for virtual teaching with these cute slides! Use these slides for your weekly plans, putting all your video links in one spot.”

Famous Musician Research Project for Google Slides™ | Distance Learning
“Famous Musician Research Project for Google Slides™ | Distance Learning by musicpluscoffee

“This project is a great way to connect with your students! Our older students are looking for ways to take charge of their own learning and this research project is the perfect combination of independence and researching a musician they are passionate about!”