Within their education subheading The Kennedy Center provides lessons and activities. These lesson and activities include art, music, dance, opera and more. The grades go from K-12. With each lesson plan there is a section for preparation and instruction.
"Arts-centered, standards-based resources for in and out of school."
The Met has a section for educators which incudes lesson plans for elementary, middle and high school students. With each lesson plan there are goals, standards, questions for viewing, activity and resources.
"These lesson plans help you integrate learning about works of art in your classroom."
Explore the lessons and activities to help fuse art into your teaching. This site provides resources and online courses. Includes information as well as art incorporated into other subjects such as: math, ELL, history, and science. There are activities and lessons for all grades. From pre-k to college and universities.
"The National Gallery of Art offers a variety of resources and programs to teachers to foster understanding and a lifelong connection to art. "
This section of the National Portrait Gallery website contains workshops, resources and webinars. As well as, self-guides for all grades in different subject relating back to art, worksheets and lesson plans. They have lesson plans starting from Grade 4 to Grade 12.
"No matter what subject you teach—social studies, English, or visual arts—you will learn and practice techniques to involve your students in creative and innovative ways."
"The Smithsonian Center for Learning and Digital Access created the Smithsonian Learning Lab to inspire the discovery and creative use of its rich digital materials—more than a million images, recordings, and texts."