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The Indian Community School cultivates an enduring cultural identity and critical thinking by weaving indigenous teachings with a distinguished learning environment.

INDIAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL

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helping your child succeed in art

Parents are the first and most important teachers in their child’s life. What is done at home impacts a child’s success at school.  This is not only true for reading, math, science, and social studies, but for the arts as well.

Here are some tips for helping your child succeed:

  • Monitor your child’s grades in PowerSchool.
  • Ask your child what they are doing and learning about in art class.
  • Make sure your child attends art class regularly.  If your child misses an art class, he or she misses a significant amount of instruction.
  • Encourage your child to always give their best effort and participate during class.
  • Encourage your child to pay attention in class.
  • Create and discuss art at home.  
  • Visit art related events with your child.  

Helpful Websites for Further Art Exploration


Native American Art

Native American Technology and Art

National Museum of the American Indian

Milwaukee Public Museum- Indian Country


Sites for Creating

Art Pad

Crayola

Jackson Pollock Painting

National Gallery of Art Kid Zone

Sumo

Keith Haring Coloring


Sites for Art Games

Getty Games

Indianapolis Children’s Museum

Crayola

Albright Knox Art Gallery Games

Mr. Picassohead


Sites for Information

Craft In America

Art Junction

Carnegie Museum of Art

Frist Center for the Visual Arts

Smithsonian Kids

Art Encyclopedia