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Art and Nature

Art & nature have always gone together.

Use these sites to stimulate new ideas.

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Art Galleries - Virtual Museums

Virtual Museums provides a comprehensive directory of on-line art galleries from around the world.

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National Park Service

The National Park Service's Web site offers extensive historical information, photos, multimedia and more for hundreds of national monuments, parks, preserves, memorials, trails and scenic areas. Check out their "Find A Park" and "Kids & Teachers" areas.

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ArtsEdge

The ArtsEdge Project includes exhibits in paleontology and Native American culture (in addition to Brahms and dance, etc.).

The Incredible Weather of Arizona

Bryan Snider created this documentary film and photo essay highlighting the fascinating weather of the 2014 Arizona Monsoon season. Thru time lapses, video and photographs, Bryan talks about the incredible beauty of Arizona and Arizona weather. He also has a blog entry with additional details on this video.

Vimeo URL
https://vimeo.com/107450172

Your students could incorporate some online treasures into their online notebooks. And this activity could serve as an opportunity to learn about copyright laws for online materials, another research skill for the 21st Century.

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