Fall-Themed Lesson Plans

This week, we’re rolling out two fall-themed lesson plans designed by Lindsey Moss. The first lesson is Apple Basket Still Life. This is a great introduction to drawing from a still life, while still keeping the lesson both age and seasonally appropriate. The next lesson is Apple Farm Perspective. Lindsey walks your students through a

Mini Matisse Presents: Friendship Circles

The next lesson that we’re rolling out from Nic Hahn is Friendship Circles. Nic designed this lesson so that students could initially work together and then finish the project individually.  It can be adapted in a variety of ways and works well for various grade levels. You can check out the full lesson plan details

Mini Matisse Presents: Realistic Pineapples

Nic Hahn is back with new flipped lesson plans. They are all colorful and bold and are available in both video and PDF format. We will be rolling out one new lesson per week for the next three weeks. You can also see how Nic is using them for her Art to Remember Fundraiser on

St. Maria Goretti School Gives Back with Art to Remember

Every semester, we work with a handful of teachers that take a different angle with their Art to Remember fundraiser. We love hearing their stories and getting to share them with you too. This week, we talked to Sharon Dan who is the art teacher at St. Maria Goretti School in Westfield, Indiana. She tied

Priceville Elementary and a Lighthouse Restoration

Every semester, we work with a handful of teachers that take a different angle with their Art to Remember fundraiser. We love hearing their stories and getting to share them with you too. This week, we talked to Susie Bagwell who is the art and music teacher at Priceville Elementary in Decatur, Alabama. Susie tied

March is Youth Art Month

Every March, the Council for Art Education (CFAE) spotlights art education during Youth Art Month (YAM). Student artwork is showcased through public art shows, contests, and events to raise awareness of the necessity of visual arts in the classroom. Events and celebrations differ at every level, but each state has the opportunity to allow students

Art to Remember Gives Back at Outside the Box

It’s the mission of Art to Remember to Support & Promote Art Education and our team loves working towards that daily. We also enjoy supporting other great causes, so once a year our team spends a day giving back to the community. This year, we lent our time to Outside the Box in Indianapolis. Outside

Winter Adaptation of The Starry Night

This part of the school year can get a little chaotic with holiday programs and concerts, seasonal art shows, and wrapping up loose ends before the end of the semester. If you need a quick, seasonal lesson plan, check out this winter version of Van Gogh’s The Starry Night. You can use this lesson to

New Products Available Online Now

We love rolling out brand new keepsakes that you can customize with your child’s artwork. This fall, we have three new products available online. You can use your Online Order Code and go to Order.ArtToRemember.com to check them out and place an order. Poster The 18″ x 24” poster is a print of your child’s

Color Mixing Cupcakes – A Flipped Lesson Plan

Alecia Kaczmarek, who you may recognize from The Art of Education, created a vibrant, playful lesson plan on color mixing that your K-3 students will love. They’ll get to draw a cupcake, paint in the details and practice mixing primary colors to create secondary colors. This is a flipped lesson, so be sure to check