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Teacher and Family Resources

Woodmere offers family and teacher resources designed to use the visual arts as a learning tool across all disciplines. Woodmere's mission, to tell the story of Philadelphia's art and artists, is particularly relevant to children growing up in this region.

(Click the book covers to download and view pdf)

Don't Feed the Art! Children's Workbook

 

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Teaching Resources

Conversation with Jerry Pinkney on A Place to Land: Martin Luther King Jr. and the Speech That Inspired a Nation

Musical Narrative: Minty: A Story of Young Harriet Tubman

MLK, Jr. Day Family Program featuring members of Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble (recorded January 18, 2021)

MLK, Jr. Day Family Program featuring members of the Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble (recorded January 17, 2022)

 

Learn & Create Workbooks

     

  

 


Videos

Conversation with Jerry Pinkney on A Place to Land: Martin Luther King Jr. and the Speech That Inspired a Nation

Musical Narrative: Minty: A Story of Young Harriet Tubman

Musical Narrative: Paul Revere's Ride: The Landlord's Tale

Musical Narrative: A Stowaway on Noah's Ark

Musical Narrative: I Want To Be

MLK, Jr. Day Family Program featuring members of Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble (recorded January 18, 2021)

 


Teaching Resources

Edith Neff: Discovering a Story in Art

Student Activities: Discovering a Story

Storytelling and Critical Thinking Through the Narrative Art of Edith Neff

Discovering Connections: Africa in the Arts of Philadelphia

 


Tours & School Programs

Woodmere's Outdoor Wonder (WOW) Self-Guided Tour

PhilARTdelphia, Woodmere's educational programs that use visual arts as a learning tool, is designed to introduce school-age audiences to the world of art, art appreciation, and art-making. Programs accommodate a diversity of learning styles and are designed for pre-school to high school students. Click here to learn more.