What to Read Wednesday: Art Books for Kids

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The Best Art Books for Kids

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My boys are artists in many ways: between music, filmmaking, and art classes, my boys are always creating something. They enjoy learning new techniques, and reading books about art and artists. When we visit a museum, the boys recognize details in the artwork now that help them figure out more about the style, themes, etc. This is a wonderful skill that carries over into other subjects like language arts, history, and believe it or not, even math.

When we are studying a particular time period or event in history, if we are learning about a region or culture in geography, or when we are reading a novel in literature, pulling in resources about related artists is a wonderful way to enrich and liven up our lessons.

We are sharing our favorite art themed books for kids this week. If you have a favorite to recommend, please let us know in the comments. You can also check out our list of kids’ books about artists here.

Happy reading (and creating)!


Our favorite art books for kids

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Comments (4)

  1. Leah Courtney

    I’m always looking for art books because I seem to struggle with teaching art. 🙂

    1. Anne Campbell (Post author)

      I hope you’ll find some inspiration, Leah! 🙂

  2. Nadine

    What a great collection of books! We’ve read some of these before but others I haven’t heard of. Pinned for reviewing later 🙂 And joined your linky. Thanks!

    1. Anne Campbell (Post author)

      So happy to have you here, Nadine. Thanks so much! 🙂


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