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- Canadian Society for Education through Art (InSEA Canada)
- National Gallery of Canada Children and Family Activities
- All Art Schools Students can use our free comprehensive database of U.S. art schools to search for everything from associate's to doctoral degrees in over 50 business-related concentrations, including painting, theatre, music and art history.
- Americans for the Arts, DC and New York General art information for parents and teachers
- Arthby's, Pennsylvania Artistic kids' personal galleries
- Art Resources - Federal Resources for Educational Excellence
- Chemistry for Kids
- Dib Dab Doo and Dilly Too search engine - A smarter, safer way for children to surf the internet
- Haring Kids, New York - Interactive fun for kids and lesson plans for teachers
- International Collection of Child Art, Illinois State University, Normal, Illinois
- Long Lake Camp for the Arts, New York Arts summer camp for children
- MOCHA, California Museum of Children's Art
- MoMA Art Safari, New York Exploring art and animals for kids
- National Art Education Association , Reston, Virginia
- NGA Kids, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
- Reach Every Child Site of educational resources for teachers and students developed by Horace Mann and nationally recognized teacher, Alan Haskvitz.
- The Official Kids Portal for the U.S. Government United States Society for Education through Art (USSEA) White House kids Website is 'frozen in time' as historical reference and is no longer updated
- Young at Arts Summer Camp, Florida Summer art camp for children
- Pint-Sized Printing - An Arts and Crafts Printing Guide For Children, selected information and activities for children that teaches them about the process of print-making
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In art, we share our ideas with pictures, or images. "Talking" with images instead of words makes it easy for people from many different parts of the world to understand what we say, even if we all speak a different language. Because it's easy for people who speak different langauges to understand pictures, the organizers of the Olympics use special pictures, called "pictograms", to tell everyone about the different sport activities. Have a look at some of the pictograms at these links, and then try coming up with your own!
Pictograms of the 1998 Nagano Olympic Winter Games