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Modern Kids, Vincent van Gogh. Portrait of Joseph Roulin. Arles, early 1889


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Click here to see a CurrClick Lapbook project pack on Great Artists of the World. This link will take you away from My Audio School.

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Modern Kids: Nicholas Nixon, The Brown Sisters. 1975-2005.

The Museum of Modern Art did not include this work of art with the podcast, perhaps for copyright reasons. I’ve posted a link below the podcast where you can see the images.


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This link takes you to a gallery online where you can see 32 Brown Sisters images. You’ll see one picture with an orange dot beside it. Hovering over the dot will reveal more of the photos, and you can click on the one you want to enlarge

Note: Clicking the link for the Fraenkel Gallery will take you away from My Audio School. Kids, please get permission before leaving My Audio School.

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Modern Kids: Robert Smithson. Corner Mirror with Coral. 1969


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Modern Kids: James Turrell. A Frontal Passage. 1994


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Modern Kids: Richard Artschwager. Splatter Chair I. 1992


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Modern Kids: Waltercio Caldas. Mirror of Light. 1974


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Modern Kids: Jacob Lawrence. The Migration Series. 1940-41


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Modern Kids: Claes Oldenburg. Giant Soft Fan. 1966-67


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Click here to see a downloadable curriculum resource from CurrClick about 20th Century Artists. Oldenburg is included in this study.

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Modern Kids: Tom Wesselmann. Still Life #30. 1963


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Modern Kids: Jackson Pollock. One: Number 31, 1950. 1950


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a href=”http://www.currclick.com/product_info.php?products_id=25259&it=1&affiliate_id=XXXX”>Click here to see a downloadable curriculum resource from CurrClick about 20th Century Artists. Pollock is included in this study.

CurrClick Lapbook project pack on Great Artists of the World. These links will take you away from My Audio School.

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Modern Kids: Jean Dubuffet. The Magician. September 1954


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Modern Kids: Salvador Dali, The Persistence of Memory. 1931


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Modern Kids: Piet Mondrian. Broadway Boogie Woogie. 1942–43


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Modern Kids: Claude Monet, Reflections of Clouds on the Water-Lily Pond. c. 1920


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Click here to see a downloadable currriculum resource from CurrClick for learning about Monet and 5 other artists. This link will take you away from My Audio School.

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Modern Kids: Pablo Picasso, Three Musicians, 1921


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Modern Kids: Henri Matisse, The Piano Lesson, 1916.


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a href=”http://www.currclick.com/product_info.php?products_id=25259&it=1&affiliate_id=XXXX”>Click here to see a downloadable curriculum resource from CurrClick about 20th Century Artists. Matisse is included in this study.

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Modern Kids: Marc Chagall, I and the Village, 1911

The Museum of Modern Art has not included the painting with the podcast for Marc Chagall’s I and the Village, perhaps due to copyright law. I’ve included a link to the painting. If at all possible, open two windows on your browser. Use one to listen to the podcast, the other to view the painting at the same time.


courtesy of the Museum of Modern Art

Here is the painting that accompanies this podcast.

Click here to see a CurrClick Lapbook project pack on Great Artists of the World. These links will take you away from My Audio School.

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Modern Kids: Pablo Picasso, Guitar, winter 1912-1913


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a href=”http://www.currclick.com/product_info.php?products_id=25259&it=1&affiliate_id=XXXX”>Click here to see a downloadable curriculum resource from CurrClick about 20th Century Artists. Picasso is included in this study.

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Music from Early America

Spirit of '76 by A.M. Willard

Archiving Early America has posted midi files for several songs from various early American time periods.

Revolutionary War Music

French and Indian War Music

The 18th Century

George Washington’s Life

The War of 1812

The Star Spangled Banner and America

Yankee Doodle Dandy

Clicking these links will take you away from My Audio School.  Kids, please get permission before leaving My Audio School.

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Georg Friedrich Handel

Georg Friedrich Handel, by Balthasar Denner, public domain image

Classics for Kids has many excellent podcasts for children about composers.  Here are some links to their site:

You can read a short biography of Handel here. Click “hear the music” to hear a selection from Handel.  And here are some podcasts about Handel.

Click here to listen to all of their podcasts about Handel, and to view activity sheets and brief quizzes.
Titles include:

About George Frederick Handel

The Story of the Water Music

Other Water Music

Music By Royalty and Nobility

For more great podcasts and worksheets about other composers, go to Classics for Kids.

Clicking these links will take you away from My Audio School, so please be sure you have an adult’s permission.

Click here to see a selection of downloadable materials from CurrClick which could be used in a study of composers. This link will also take you away from My Audio School.

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