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#MetKids—Why Does Design Matter in Arms and Armor?
#MetKids—Make a Photogram
#MetKids—Design Your Own Fashion Accessory: Fancy Cuffs
#MetKids—Make a Mixed-up Beings Book
#MetKids—Trace and Cut Paper Silhouettes
#MetKids—Make a Symmetrical Print
#MetKids—Create Scratch Art
#MetKids—Museum Mile 2015
#MetKids—Animation Lab 2015: Behind the Scenes
#MetKids—Am I in Somebody's House? The Special Rooms of The Robert Lehman Collection
#MetKids—Can Doodles Be Art?
#MetKids—Why Is Writing So Important in Islamic Art?
#MetKids—Who's in Charge Here? Can We Talk to the Boss?
#MetKids—Animation Inspired by Armor and a Young Prince
#MetKids—Animation Inspired by Tapestries and a Rose Garden
#MetKids—Animation Inspired by Jewelry and a Renaissance Portrait
#MetKids—How Did They Get All This Art into the Museum?
#MetKids—Were There Superheroes in the Ancient World?
#MetKids—Can I Learn about Greek Mythology at the Met?
#MetKids—What's at the Met for Sports Fans Like Me?
#MetKids—Animation Inspired by Change and a Whale Transformation Mask
#MetKids—Animation Inspired by Guardians and a Japanese Protector
#MetKids—Is There More Than One Way to See a Work of Art?
#MetKids—Assyria to Iberia: A Journey through Land and Sea
#MetKids—Create a Collage
#MetKids—Draw with an Eraser
#MetKids—How Does the Museum Take Care of All the Armor?
#MetKids—How Can I Recognize Ancient Greek Architecture?
#MetKids—How Were Mummies Made in Ancient Egypt?
#MetKids—What's the Story behind the World's Oldest Piano?
#MetKids—¡Fiesta! Celebrate Latin America / Celebren América Latina
#MetKids—Lunar New Year 2015
#MetKids—Create an Optical Toy: Thaumatrope
#MetKids—Pose Like a Sculpture
#MetKids—What's That Artist Making in the Galleries?
#MetKids—Animation Inspired by Mythology and the Artwork of Nicolas Poussin
#MetKids—Animation Inspired by Battles and Ancient Greek Art
#MetKids—Animation Inspired by Autumn and the Artwork of Pieter Bruegel the Elder
#MetKids—Animation Inspired by Dance and the Art of Edgar Degas
#MetKids—Animation Inspired by the Afterlife and an Ancient Egyptian Tomb
#MetKids Animation Lab 2014: Behind the Scenes
#MetKids—How Does the Met Decide How and Where to Hang the Art?
#MetKids—Made for, with, and by Kids. Launches September 2015!
#MetKids—Alexandra Talks about Xu Bing's Artwork
George Washington Crossing the Delaware
Marduk, King of the Gods
How Van Gogh Made His Mark
Romare Bearden: Let's Walk The Block
The Tomb of Perneb
Learn About Color
Knights in Central Park
Gilbert Stuart: Making Faces
The Dancers and Degas
Childe Hassam, American Impressionist
Cézanne's Astonishing Apples
Aaron's Awesome Adventure
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