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We offer activities for kids of all ages, both at the museum and online. Explore your creative side with these art activities created by WAM’s Education Department.
What can you discover when all you need is a pair of walking shoes? Right outside your front door is a world to explore.
Traveling by water is one of the oldest ways to see the world. You could travel the oceans, seas, rivers, canals, and lakes of the earth's watery passageways.
Railroads first connected America's coasts in the 1800s. Today the United States has more than 125,000 miles of train tracks.
Your imagination is all you need to travel to a destination of your own creation.
Pretend you are a newspaper reporter and write your own news story about artwork in WAM's collection.
Do you have a pair of dice? In this fun artmaking activity, dice are used to guide you in arranging different things together.
See things from a new perspective by creating your own viewfinder with popsicle sticks.
We can see red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet in the colors of a rainbow. When you visit WAM and walk through the front door, what colors do you see?
Outside and Inside: How are the places and spaces around us created? Find a work of art in WAM's collection and then answer questions about your home and how it's constructed.
Abstract Art can be anything you design. Find a work of art in WAM's collection and explore the elements of art: line, color, shape, form, texture, space and value.
As the weather warms up and the flowers bloom, see what you can discover in WAM's Art Garden.
When spring is here and the flowers are blooming, look for artful landscapes in the Art Garden.
Can you find these different colors, textures and shapes?