Fine Arts

Fine Arts (X) - Preschool (X)

Music Improvisation

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In this Dinosaur Train clip, Shiny learns about teamwork, and all the kids learn about the place of improvisation in the creation of music.

Pottery Studio Field Trip

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At Joe Picasso’s Pottery Studio, Penny and the KidVision VPK Kids learn to throw clay on a potter’s wheel, practice sculpting techniques, paint with glass colors, fire pottery, and appreciate their finished artwork. Learn how to play with clay today!

 

D.W. the Dowager Countess | Arthur

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Muffy's ancestor, Mary Alice, has a moneymaking plan for the abbey. However, the Dowager Countess is less than impressed with the ideas of a common maid!

Derby Ram | Music Arts Toolkit

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Folk singer Mike Seeger performs an English-American song reputed to be one of George Washington’s favorite songs.

Five Little Ducks | Music Arts Toolkit

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Tom Bledsoe, Rich Kirby, and Joy D’Elia perform Bledsoe’s reworking of the traditional children’s song and finger game “Five Little Monkeys.”

ArtQuest: Preserving Art

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Professor Reavis Mitchell shows Elizabeth preserved and restored murals by Aaron Douglas

What is Art? | KIDS Clubhouse Adventures

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Exploring our world is fun! Abby Brown, KIDS Clubhouse Adventures co-host, loves to help kids have fun while learning! In this segment, Abby teaches kids about the tools, materials, methods and imagination involved in creating art.

A Trip to the Theater | Everyday Learning

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Have you ever wondered what happens behind the scenes in a theater? In this video visit the Lexington Children’s Theatre to get a peek behind the scenes of a theatrical production from set creation to the final dress rehearsal.

Clubhouse Expert: Author / Illustrator, Tim Reed | KIDS Clubhouse Adventures

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Meet Clubhouse Expert, Tim Reed, author and illustrator of My Very Silly Monster children’s book series. This clip shows the tools he uses for illustrating his books and talks about the highlights of being an author. He also teaches the basics of drawing your own very silly monster!

 

Art Adventure | PINKALICIOUS & PETERRIFIC

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Art can be made from a variety of materials, as Pinkalicious™ and her family reveal in this video excerpt from the PBS KIDS series PINKALICIOUS & PETERRIFIC™. When a rainstorm interrupts their backyard camp out, Pinkalicious and her brother, Peter, recreate the outdoors in their living room. They use their imaginations and, with their parents' help, combine drawing, painting, and found objects to make a new environment for a "camp-in." This resource is part of the PINKALICIOUS & PETERRIFIC™ Collection.

For use in the classroom, see Art Adventure Lesson Plan.

TV Station Field Trip

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Penny and the KidVision VPK kids visit a TV station.  They act on a green screen in the studio, see technology enhance action in the Control Room, learn about adding sound in Editing, and see how shows are broadcast from Master Control.  ACTION! 

 

ReThink and ReUse Center Field Trip

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At the ReThink & ReUse Center, Penny and the KidVision VPK Kids turn trash into learning treasures!  They build mazes from tubes, structures from discarded materials, create games from bottle caps, and a sink and float activity using found trinkets.

Between the Lions - Letter Bit: Shapes

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Watch real kids introduce different shapes from their everyday lives. This video segment from Between the Lions focuses on recognizing and naming some of the shapes that can be found around you in your everyday life.

Shady Grove and Bandyrowe | Music Arts Toolkit

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Kentucky folk singer Jean Ritchie performs her family’s version of the traditional song “Shady Grove,” and “Bandyrowe,” a song she sang as a lullaby for her sons.

ArtQuest: Science and Art

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MTSU professors Michael Baggarly, Kim Dummons & Jarrod Houghton create a bronze sculpture using science.

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