Educator Resources

Looking for fresh ways to start your class or needing extension activities to engage your students? Download any of AMFA's free educational resources below.

Community Created

Coloring Pages

  • Still Life with Mask

    John Miller Howard
  • Tide Garden IV

    Louise Nevelson
  • Pour Vous (Teapot and Brooch)

    Marjorie Schick

Activity Sheets

Writing Prompts

These creative writing prompts are ideal for middle school level students and above, but can be enjoyed by all. For younger students, consider using these resources as storytelling prompts and share answers aloud.

  • Doctor's Bag - Closed

    Marilyn Levine
  • J-7

    Robert Goodnough
  • IIle de Groix, The Lighthouse

    Paul Signac
  • The Raised Terrace of the Pont-Neuf, Place Henri IV: Afternoon, Rain

    Camille Pissarro

Social Narratives

These social narratives are an accessibility tool for students with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) that can help increase their understanding of what is expected of them and what they can expect of others during their visit to the Museum.

Each narrative uses descriptive text written from a student’s perspective accompanied by images that highlight important aspects of the Museum visit to increase their ability to navigate the experience successfully.

Audio Tours

Learn more about the art on view at AMFA with the audio tours in the Museum's Mobile Guide.

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