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Art + Writing at the OSU Museum of Art
A cross-disciplinary program that promotes visual literacy and creates personal connections. Students strengthen their ability to understand and appreciate art, which helps build strong art patrons for life.
Gallery Activities with Objects
Get your students talking, asking questions, and moving around the gallery using these fun activities.
The OSU Museum of Art is committed to providing opportunities for learners of all ages to engage with art and explore the wonder and creative nature of play. We’ve compiled a list of our favorite resources below.
Spielgaben introduces one of the best educational toys out there for your kids which makes learning fun and puts education back into the hands of your children as they play, manipulate objects, and engross themselves in a new world. Learning resources, including a Math guide, Play guide, and Kindergarten workbook are available.
Architectural Lego Studio Endorsed by top architechts, Studio is your chance to create LEGO models that will leave your friends and family in awe.
Wedgits are fun and challenging, multi-dimensional building sets. Educator guides are available at the museum or on the Wedgits' website.
Straws & Connectors are a simple, inexpensive, innovative constructor kit.
Four Elements Puzzle Blocks Set Grimms Spiel & Holz produces some of the most beautiful wooden European toys available, and this Four Elements Puzzle Blocks Set - Large is absolutely stunning. The set is eco-friendly and durable. It can be used as a puzzle, a large building block set, or to create scenes with wooden figures.