Tools for Learning at the Museum & In Your Classroom
Welcome to Creativity Resource, where classroom teachers, home-school educators, families with children, and anyone interested in learning can find inspiration for creativity and art!
Inspire your students with these remarkable works created by women in Paris from 1850-1900.More
Students will observe and discuss Hennings’s painting Rabbit Hunt, choose a character from the piece, and write a narrative from that character’s perspective.More
Students will practice the important historical inquiry skill of understanding and respecting differences of opinion.More
The art of observation will provide an opportunity for children to look into the detail of the artwork. This activity will reinforce math skills, build vocabulary and introduce descriptive language.More
Creativity Resource is generously funded by a grant from the Morgridge Family Foundation. Special thanks to our colleagues at the University of Denver Morgridge College of Education. School programs are supported by the William Randolph Hearst Endowment for Education Programs, the Nancy Benson Education Endowment Fund, CenturyLink Endowment, Jim Kelley and Amie Knox Education Endowment Fund, and the citizens who support the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District. Additional support is provided by Scott Reiman, Connie Burwell White & William W. White Foundation, Sidney E. Frank Foundation – Colorado Fund, and Harry L. Willett Foundation. The Free for Kids program at the Denver Art Museum is made possible by Scott Reiman and is presented by Bellco Credit Union.