Teach Creativity through Expression in Middle & High School

Websites that will help you develop creativity through expression in your middle/high school students

We are pulling together a list of websites that focus on teaching creativity through expression.  If you would like to recommend a website, please contact us at creativityandeducation@gmail.com

  • Tinkercad

    • Tinkercad is a free, easy-to-use app for 3D design, electronics, and coding. It’s used by teachers, kids, hobbyists, and designers to imagine, design, and make anything!

    • Cost: Free!

  • Fablevision

    • Fablevision offers programs for schools in animation, writing books, and STEAM, STEM, and Engineering, to name a few!

    • Get involved with International Dot Day!

  • Makerfaire

    • Join a local makerfaire, start your own, or watch recent the virtual makerfaire conference,

    • Cost: Free!

  • Lincoln Center Pop-Up Classroom

    • The Lincoln Center is offering virtual classes on topics like dance, narrative voice workshops, songwriting, and more via an online live stream every weekday at 2 pm ET. They also have concerts, Q&A sessions, and other engaging videos. 

    • Cost: Free!

  • Art21

    • Art21 presents thought-provoking content about contemporary art and the online platform to learn first-hand about the creative process of the artists of our time.

    • Cost: Free!

  • Rhode Island School of Design

    • Online credit and non-credit classes for high school students in design, photography, and graphic essentials.

    • Cost associated depending on course range.