Resources for Your Creative Side
Google SketchUp - draw 3d models! You can access SketchUp through the ‘waffle’ menu in Gmail (it’s down by NoodleTools). Check out this beginner tutorial.
Scratch - use coding language to create games and animations. Check out this tutorial on creating an animated story.
Chrome Music Lab - try some of the different music experiments!
Create a podcast in WeVideo - all CHCCS students have access to WeVideo, a browser-based video editor. Try creating a podcast, or creating a full movie!
Check out these enrichment resources compiled by Ms. Anand, our Gifted Education Specialist.
Learn a new skill
100 days of code - Participate in 100 days challenge, and learn how to code in different ways.
Duolingo - learn a new language or practice what you know
Instructables - Community of makers. Learn how to woodwork, sew, circuit, cook, 3-D print, and more. There are instructions for thousands of projects, along with learn-at-your-pace classes.
National Geographic - learn about our world through NG's free video series
Fender Free Lessons - Learn to play guitar with the most famous guitar brand.
Explore Your World with Virtual Tours
Take virtual museum tours, draw inspiration from artists around the world. Also includes virtual tours of National Parks. Reflect on what you’ve seen by creating your own art!
Tour Mars with the Curiosity Rover. Another planet right now? Yes, please.
Explore the galleries of London's Tate Modern. View centuries of art online featuring more than 78,000 artworks from over 4,000 artists.
Explore the museum's extensive list of past exhibitions. Students can also browse the collections by artist name, category or artists' state.
Paris is home to some of the world's most renowned art museums. Explore art from those galleries on this site. They can view virtual exhibitions and browse more than 324,000 artworks online.
From Tokyo to Istanbul, discover Asian art and culture at home. Whether you are looking for resources, podcasts of live performances or simply beautiful art to enjoy, this site is a digital hub that will transport you through the museums' many rich holdings.
Explore the art and artists of our time through groundbreaking digital exhibitions, performance videos.
Explore the exceptional beauty, diversity and contemporary relevance of Africa’s art through online exhibitions.
The Met is celebrating its 150th year. Experience the New York institution from home, browsing more than 5,000 years of art online.
The Chicago art museum offers art from around the world. Explore the collections using a variety of filtering options including themes, styles, medium and color.
Browse the Los Angeles museum's extensive collection. Additionally, they can explore activities, featured artworks, listen to podcasts and watch videos.
The museum in Spain allows students to soak in the art, and discover little-known aspects of the museum. Museum experts are sharing secrets and personal stories each week. Discover how artworks are restored, how exhibitions are organized and more.
Explore the Washington, D.C. based museum through video tours of current exhibitions, in-depth looks at highlights of the collection, online learning opportunities, audio and video recordings of lectures by artists and curators, and more.
With the latest high-resolution 360º images and detailed photos from Rijksstudio, feel like you are walking around the heart of the museum.
Take online tours of the museum galleries and exhibitions, listen to stories about remarkable individuals on the podcast, and discover the open access collection.