YOUTH ART MONTH: Interview with Lori Mitchell

Video Description

Celebrate Youth Art Month Month with an interview with Lori Mitchell. Take a virtual trip to San Diego to meet Ms. Mitchell and learn about her work as an author and illustrator.

Links to fun websites with art projects and ideas for ways to celebrate the artistic side of you. Check out the Learning Corner of questions and extended activities.

Questions & Extended Learning Activities

Learning Activities for YOUTH ART MONTH: Interview with Lori Mitchell

Each Learning Corner is designed by an educator to be easily integrated into individual curriculums, as well as State, and National Standards.

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Other Fun Websites

  • Lori Mitchell

    Visit Lori Mitchell's web page and learn more about books and her work as an illustrator. There are also games and activities along with information about how to contact Lori for a school visit.

  • Crafts for Holly Bloom's Garden

    Flashlight Press has created a crafts page to accompany Holly Bloom's Garen . Click on this site and make lovely flowers for all sorts of gifts and occasions.

  • Youth Art Month March is Youth Art Month sponsored by the Council for Art Education. Crayola has a whole page of art projects you can try during March. Click on this site for lots of art ideas.

    Make a hat from paper that will help you to think like an artist.

    Suppose you had a hat that would help you think like an artist. What would it look like? How would it work? Try to imagine such a hat in your mind's eye.

    Once you have a mental picture of your artrageous hat, make it using a paper plate as a base and colored construction paper to create it's form. It may help to draw a picture of your hat before you start. Click on this site for materials and directions on how to begin.

  • Sheppard Software offers educational games and activities for kids of all ages. Paint and learn!
  • The KidsArt Mail Art Gallery

    Mail Art is also called "correspondance art." The art is created on an envelope, and has to be sturdy enough to travel through the Post Office. Mail Art is seen by many people...the post office workers who sort and deliver the mail, as well as the person you are mailing to.

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