Follow the Clues
We need your help in the 19th Century in European and American Art exhibition! A friendly dog named Rip leaped from his painting and got lost among the artworks. Piece together clues—marked with a paw print—to follow his trail and ensure he is back where he belongs. Look for a QR code in the galleries to start your search.
Seek and Find
When you visit Paris to Hollywood with the whole family, look for a QR code in the galleries to start a seek and find game! Explore Véronique Peck's closet and find the garment that matches the photo prompts. Can you find them all?
Make a Pose!
Create a tableau, or "frozen picture," with your students, children, and/or family in this fun exercise! This is an effective tool for encouraging children to notice details, which is an important reading and pre-writing skill.
Ten Times Two
This close looking game can be used with any visual art object and 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.
This activity is aimed to help broaden children's vocabularies and art experiences. Each child will take a deeper, more detailed look at a work of art while taking turns guessing what the image could be depicting.
This version of the classic game, Eye Spy, focuses on a work of art. The goal is for children to become observers in art and use descriptive language to describe various components of the artwork.