Ahhh, yes. Famous artists. Where would we be without them? Well, probably somewhere a lot like we are now but we wouldn't be wondering where we would be without them because there wouldn't be any. Maybe we'd be wondering where we would be without famous plumbers? But I digress. Try your matching skills with famous artists and if you don't know who they are, relax. Very shortly you will.
Read more » 9 Famous Men Artists
Well, well, well...we have come to the end of a long journey. Are you ready for dinner, dessert in the desert and a movie? I know I am. But not so fast aspiring geographer. You still have 4 more countries to learn. Only 4? Yup, 4 countries and one dog, 5 times over. Students! Start your engines.
Read more » Africa: Matching Game VII
It is the sixth and not the final Africa matching game. 9 countries for you to learn. 9 countries for you to see. 18 squares that have to be matched in as few moves as possible! Somalia through Tunisia! Pack those suitcases!
Read more » Africa: Matching Game VI
It's another Africa matching game. Number 5 to be exact. Why so many games? Well, there are a lot of African countries. In this game match 8 countries and 1 sea. Don't get lost!
Read more » Africa: Matching Game V
Ahhhhh, yes. The third Africa matching game. Will this never end? Well, yes, but not anytime soon. This game covers Gabon through Liberia with a big lake thrown in.
Read more » Africa: Matching Game III
This is ARTK12's first geography matching game. Do you know the names of your African countries? Can you remember what you flipped, where you flipped it and what you flipped before that? This game covers nine countries: Algeria through Cape Verde.
Read more » Africa: Matching Game I
Are you ready to put together one of the most famous paintings in the world? Don't answer too quickly. I want you to think about it before answering. This is no small commitment. So consider carefully before you decide. Ready? Okay. It's up to you. Whatever you decide...enjoy!
Read more » Starry Night (Puzzle)
Ahhh....American Gothic. What are those people thinking? I know it has kept me up at night. They just don't look happy. But looks are deceiving, right? Or are they? Find out what's going on in ARTK12's newest Fine Art Speech Bubbles!
Have Some Fun! American Gothic Humor
It's time to concentrate. Sit down. Squint your eyes a bit. Press your lips together. Make your face as serious looking as you can possibly make it, then try to answer every question correctly. It'll work, trust me. If it doesn't you can always try something else.
Read more » American Gothic Concentration
Feeling jolly? Not....so....fast. Trying to put this puzzle together may not work in your favor. There may be a little frustration, but you will pull through. You will overcome. Never, never give up!
Read more » The Jolly Flatboatmen Puzzle
Do you like sunflower seeds? Have you ever had fresh sunflower seeds? It doesn't matter because that is irrelevant for this game. Van Gogh painted sunflowers. Lots of them. This crossword is a celebration of one of those paintings. Enjoy!
Read more » Three Sunflowers Crossword
Do you know your shoes? How much information can you guess about a person from their shoes? More importantly, is a shoe enough of a clue to figure out the painting? What about the leg of a chair? Yes, friends and foes, it's another ARTK12 Guess the Art game. Imagine your good fortune! Enjoy!
Read more » Guess the Art, #11
It's another ARTK12 Art crossword puzzle. This time it's Raphael's School of Athens. Do you know your philosophers? Do they know you? If they're cross with you, you may have a more difficult time. Okay, that was bad.
Read more » School of Athens Crossword
Ahhhh....Florence! It's gorgeous. It's lovely. It's beautiful....but only if you can put it back together. Otherwise it's just a jumbled mess! It's a Thomas Cole puzzle! Don't be late!
Read more » View of Florence by Thomas Cole
Have you ever wanted to see your history and your past and your present? Well, Thomas Cole is your artist. The only problem is if the annoying artist finishes his masterpiece before you figure out the name of the painting you may never get to see any of them! Say it ain't so! 12 Hangman games for Thomas Cole. And remember, we don't hang anyone!
Read more » Thomas Cole
A horse is a horse of course of course unless of course the horse is the famous horse drawing by Leonardo da Vinci. Then it's just a two-dimensional representation of a horse. But what if that representation is all wrong? Can all the king's horses and all the king's students put it back together again? I don't know. Give it a try!
Read more » Leonardo da Vinci: Study of Horses
Why would someone scream? Have you ever wondered that? I certainly have. It is something that has bothered me since my birth, if not before. A scream is loud and sometimes startling. Well, wonder no more. You will now discover some of the reasons for screaming people! Aughhhhhh!!!! Not sure why I screamed just then. Aughhhhhh!!!! Or then.
Have Some Fun! The Scream by Edvard Munch
Have you ever wondered what an orange and a pitcher might talk about? I know, me too. All the time. It keeps me up at night. But we're all in luck because this orange and this pitcher have a lot to say!
Have Some Fun! Still Life: Strawberries, Nuts &c
Sitting alone, in a boat, on a quiet river on a sunny day. What kind of significant thoughts must run through a man's mind at such a time? We'll solve that mystery for you with our 7th in the series: Fine Art Speech Bubbles.
Have Some Fun! Max Schmitt in a Single Scull
Baby angels. What do they think about? No need to wonder any longer. Let's face it, babies of all kinds think about very similar things. This is the sixth in our series: Fine Art Speech Bubbles. Enjoy!
Have Some Fun! Sistine Madonna (detail)
If you think Sharks are simple creatures, think again. Ever wonder what the terror of the seas might be thinking? Wonder no more. This is the 5th in our series of Fine Art Speech Bubbles. Too much fun!
Have Some Fun! The Gulf Stream
Little girls and little dogs. What could be cuter? Nothing that I know of. What if you could know what that little girl and little dog were thinking? Hey, now that would be something! Welcome to the future!
Have Some Fun! Little Girl in a Blue Arm Chair
What do two people and a dog have in common? In this instance they can all talk. Ah, the wonder of modern technology! This is the third in the series: Fine Art Speech Bubbles. Enjoy!
Have Some Fun! The Arnolfini Marriage
For now we are calling these "Fine Art Speech Bubbles." We are hoping to come up with a better name. If only Plato and Aristotle were here to help. These are meant to be funny. We'll let you be the judge. Enjoy.
Have Some Fun! The School of Athens (Detail)
It's another art hangman game where we do not hang anyone. The arrogant artist attempts to finish his masterpiece before you get the answer. Do you know your Renaissance paintings? I hope so.
Read more » Renaissance I Hangman
It's Art Hangman once again. And remember...now don't forget this. This is important. We don't hang anyone. That pesky artist is getting more and more confident. I can see it in his eyes. Are you up to the challenge? Can you humble this guy before his head explodes? I hope so.
Read more » American Art Hangman IV
You know the slogan. Hangman ARTK12 Style. We don't hang anyone. Yeah, yeah, who cares, right? Let's play the game! Enough talking and jabbering! Let's play! Seriously. Go play the game. What are you waiting for?
Read more » American Art Hangman III
The artist is getting arrogant. He knows he can finish his masterpiece before you can figure out the answer. He is so confident I see him grinning right now and looking very pleased with himself. Do you have the knowledge to humble him? I hope so. He's annoying me!
Read more » American Art Hangman II
Hangman ARTK12 Style. We don't hang anyone! But can you figure out the answer before the artist finishes his masterpiece? It's quite something to behold. But if you're good enough, maybe you'll never have to see it! That would be a shame!
Read more » American Art Hangman I
So here we are at #10. A decade. Not quite a dozen. Not nearly a 100. And a long, long ways from 1,000. But enough of that. Once again it is American Art. Hope you know your handbags, though I don't suppose this one is a Valentino Garavani or a Saint Laurent. What do you think?
Read more » Guess the Art, #10
Is that about the cutest squirrel you've ever seen? Remember, this was before Twitter and Facebook. If you wanted cute cats or dogs or squirrels you either had to see one in the wild or see one in a painting. See if you know where this painting detail comes from.
Read more » Guess the Art, #8
Hey! It has been awhile since our last Guess the Art. So here's a new one. If you have had fun using ARTK12's American Art History, Volume I, you may have an easier time with this one. Hint, hint!
Read more » Guess the Art, #6
Do you know where all 50 USA states are? How about the 5 Great Lakes? In this game you'll need to find them all and along the way you'll also learn the state abbreviations. The game counts your total moves and the time it takes you to finish. Let's Play the USA!
Read more » Play the USA
This is the first in what will be nine geography games based on ARTK12's Draw Map series. This is the easiest of all of them. The game keeps track of your time along with your correct and wrong answers. Let's Play the World!
Read more » Play the World
This is the seventh matching game to be paired with an ARTK12 Art History book. Stop saying that! This game essentially covers chapters 9-12 in American Art History, Vol. II. Don't just stand there! Start playing!
Read more » American Art History, Matching Game VII
Do you like Pelicans? Not to be confused with Penguins. They're quite different as you can see. But they both like water. This is John James Audubon's American White Pelican. Can you put him back together? I hope so!
Read more » American White Pelican (Puzzle Game)
This is the fifth matching game to be paired with an ARTK12 Art History book. This game essentially covers chapters 1-4 in American Art History, Vol. II. Our faithful dog, Nala, even shows up. Have fun!
Read more » American Art History, Matching Game V
This is the first matching game to be paired with an ARTK12 Art History Book. There will be four matching games for each semester. This game essentially covers the first four chapters of American Art History, Vol. I.Read more » American Art History, Matching Game I
This is the Giotto Life of Christ matching game with titles. The goal here is to match the painting with its correct title. If you're signed in....your scores will be saved on the Leader Board! WooHoo!
Read more » Giotto – The Life of Christ II
This is the second Renaissance Matching Game and it is played differently than the first. In this game you must match the art piece with its title. There are 9 art pieces and 9 title cards. Enjoy!
Read more » Renaissance Matching Game II
It's the 3rd "Guess the Art" game from ARTK12. There's more here than meets the eye. Or maybe there's less here than meets the eye. We really don't know, but go ahead and see what YOU know.
Read more » Guess the Art #3
It's The Staircase Group by Charles Willson Peale. Time to see if you can spot the differences between two groups of steps and a couple finely dressed young men standing on them.
Read more » The Staircase Group (Forgery)
Vincent Van Gogh painted sunflowers multiple times. In some cases the variations are only slightly different between two paintings. There are seven different sunflower paintings in this game along with two portraits of the great artist. Enjoy!
Read more » Vincent Van Gogh – Sunflower Matching Game