Virtual Programs

Our virtual programs are pre-recorded with supporting curriculum in the form of a PPT we call our ImagineGuide. You can access these videos and supporting curriculum at any time, as many times as you need to. Curriculum is available in both English and Spanish. We will send you a link to a Google Drive folder with everything you need.

Register for our virtual programs by visiting:

  • Create an account (if you haven’t already) to register.
  • Go to “Programs” or “Events” then select Imagination Fort Worth in the menu on the right (Program Filter- Provider Imagination Fort Worth) and click “Select” on the bottom of that menu.

If you need assistance or more information, please email


Grade Levels: PreK, K, 1st, 2nd

Description: Storybook PAL (Partners in Arts and Literacy) is targeted at early readers from PreK-2nd grade. Each month we release a new story with two recordings of a reading of the featured book (in English and in Spanish), along with a featured art form recording by a variety of professional teaching artists, these include visual art, theatre, puppetry, music and dance.
*Supporting curriculum is included in both English and Spanish with features such as: vocabulary, core curriculum, positive peer culture-social emotional learning and fun projects to enhance the learning experience.

Monthly Schedule (details subject to change)

September: Inspired by the book Waiting for the Biblioburro by Monica Brown. This heartwarming tale is based on the true story of a librarian in remote Columbia who shared the love of books with students’ by going to remote villages with his donkeys loaded with books. Mrs. Gloria will be our featured artist and will teach students to make their own book just like the girl in the story.

October: Inspired by the book Bonaparte Falls Apart by Margery Cuyler. Our story is about a skeleton and his monster friends who try to help him when his bones fall off! Each of his unique friends uses their special gifts to help Bonaparte. Ms. Janai will be our featured artist; she will teach you about movement and dance!

November: Inspired by the book The Stick by Clay Rice. The Stick is a store of pure imagination! Let your imagination inspire you as you read this tale of dreaming to be your best and sharing that with others. Award winning singer/songwriter John Dennie will help inspire you with an original song to learn along with him.

December: Inspired by the book Zetta the Poinsettia by Alma Hammond. Zetta is so excited to take center stage as a cherished holiday decoration but what happens after the holidays? Learn about how everyone and everything has a special place. Ms. Aaron will inspire you with her creative expression to go along with his great holiday tale.

January: Inspired by the book Ada Twist Scientist, by Andrea Beaty. To say Ada is inquisitive is an understatement! Her superpower is curiosity; she has a powerful thirst for knowledge. She loves science and loves experiments – which is a great way to learn – but it does get Ada into some situations! Ms. Rhianna will be our featured artist.

February: Inspired by the book Mr. Crum’s Potato Predicament by Anne Renaud. This decadent and delightful culinary tale is based on a real person but with some fun creative twists. This is a story full of creative colorful words to learn. Mr. Jay is our featured artist; he is an animator, and he has a great lesson planned for you.

March: Inspired by the book The Luckiest Leprechaun, by Justine Korman. Our story this month involves a slightly grumpy untrusting leprechaun and his new pal – a loyal, trusty dog. This tale is one of trust and caring that I’m sure you will enjoy. Ballet Frontier’s dancers are excited to create a dance lesson for you to go with this story.

April: Inspired by the book Jayden’s Impossible Garden by Melina Mangal. Jayden lives in an apartment in the city but he loves nature. Despite his mom’s insistence that there is no nature around in the city, Jaden is determined to prove her wrong. With his neighbor they create an impossible garden for everyone to enjoy! We will have an eco-art video to inspire your gardening adventures no matter where you live.

May: Inspired by the book The Snail and the Whale by Julia Donaldson. This classic tale, by the writer of The Gruffalo, is one of adventure and friendship between a tiny snail and a giant whale! You will have fun with our very favorite puppeteer Mr. Tomas helping you create a shadow puppet show of this great story!

#Student Served: — Unlimited Digital Participants

Program Materials: — Video reading of a Storybook in both English and Spanish, Video of arts instruction, ImagineGuide (PPT) and Projects

Content Area: Art, Literacy, Social Studies, Science and SEL

Available: First week of each month Sept-May

Option 1 (lower elementary) Grade Levels: K, 1st,2nd,3rd

Option 2 (upper elementary) Grade Levels: 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th

Option 3 (middle/high school) Grade Levels: 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th

Description: The Sid Richardson Museum and Imagination Fort Worth have partnered together to offer these grade level appropriate explorations inspired by the art collection at The Sid Richardson Museum in Fort Worth, Texas.

Option 1: Lower Grades (K-3) will focus on visual literacy and will feature a reading of the book Hector the Collector to help students understand the purpose of a museum and what a collector like Sid Richardson did to gather the work in the museum named after him.

Option 2: Middle Grades (4-8) will help students hone their critical analysis skills through examining art that depicts the American West and researching the history behind it.

Option 3: High School (9-12) will highlight pathways and potential careers in museums and the arts through interviews with Sid Richardson Museum Staff.

#Student Served: — Unlimited Digital Participants

Program Materials: ImagineGuide & video resources

Content Area: Art, Literacy, Social Studies, CTE

Available: : October – June

Grade Levels: 3rd, 4th, 5th 

Description: Throughout the year we will offer math lessons in fun, practical, and creative ways. This series is intended to get students motivated in math, see the practical applications of math, and add a little creativity to math related lessons.

Measurement & Scale (available Sept. – June) – This project emphasizes basic multiplication through a scaling up art project. Students will measure a small plastic toy (for example, a 2” dragon) and scale that up through multiplication to draw or sculpt a larger dragon with realistic proportions. Students will learn to use rulers, a geometry compass, and art materials.

#Student Served: Unlimited Digital Participants

Program Materials: ImagineGuide, video resources

Content Area: Art, Math

Available: September – June


**Keep an eye out for additional math and art series programs coming soon, including Fractions in Cooking anticipated in October. Please contact me at to be sent info as soon as it become available. **

Grade Levels: Pre-K, K, 1st,2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th (project varies by grade)

Eco Art- The Seasons, Weather & Life Cycles – This program features the story The Scarecrow by Beth Ferry. This story will help us to learn about seasons, weather and life cycles (birds). Students will learn to appreciate the environment and the natural world around them. A fun hands-on video to inspire our love of nature will be included with this program.

Grade Levels: K, 1st,2nd, 3rd

#Student Served: Unlimited Digital Participants

Program Materials: ImagineGuide, video resources, projects

Content Area: Art, Science, SEL, and Literacy

Available: September – June

The Art of Waterways – Students will focus on environmental water issues such as plastics in our rivers and oceans and the importance of waterways in our society. Mrs. Gloria has created a video of creative projects inspired by waterways.

Grade Levels: 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th

#Student Served: Unlimited Digital Participants

Program Materials: ImagineGuide, video resources, projects

Content Area: Art, Science, SEL, and Literacy

Available: August – June

Poppies: Celebrating Veterans Day

Grade Levels: Pre-K, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th

Description: This program features art and writing along with appreciation of history. Students will color a poppy and write a short letter to a veteran while learning about the symbolism and tradition around the poppy more than 100 years after it became the symbol of WWI. Mrs. Gloria will provide you with a video of new poppy inspired art projects to decorate your school for Veteran’s Day. We recommend sending your poppy letters to veteran organizations or displaying them around your school. (Information will be provided).

#Student Served: Unlimited Digital Participants

Program Materials: Templates to download, ImagineGuide, Video

Content Area: Art, Literacy, and SEL

Available: October – November


The Cattle Drives Era- Romance Vs. Reality

Grade Levels: 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th

Description: This history-based program looks at the famed cattle drive era and how the cattle that started in Texas fanned north to the railheads and larger markets. As we learn about this era, we will also explore how movies and tv series about the era have romanticized the era in our minds today. We explore the romance portrayed in culture and the reality of the long hard drives north.

#Student Served: Unlimited Digital Participants

Program Materials: Templates to download, ImagineGuide, Video

Content Area: Art, Literacy, Social Studies and Culture

Available: September – June

Grade Levels: Pre-K, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd

Description: This special program features the Tarrant County College’s Sign Interpreting team. They have taken on the task of interpreting a story using ASL and voice. This year we were inspired by the book “Never Mind: Duke the Deaf Dog” by Kelly Brakenhoff. It is a great opportunity to learn about the different ways we communicate and how we can bridge communication gaps through kindness. Our new book this year will help all students, hearing and deaf/hard of hearing, learn signs and new communication methods.

Program Materials: Videos, ImagineGuide, Projects

Content Area: Language, culture, community, and communication

Available: October – June

Ballet Frontier’s The Nutcracker

Grade Levels: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th

Description: Ballet Frontier of Texas is excited to invite you into their studio for a rehearsal of Scene 2 of the holiday classic The Nutcracker. Take a sneak peek into the life of a ballet dancer, meet the cast, and enjoy this in-studio broadcast. Imagination Fort Worth will send you curriculum supporting this recording that focuses on the geography, language, and cultures of the regions covered in the dances of the sweets.

Program Materials: Videos, ImagineGuide, Projects

Content Area: Language, culture, community, and communication

Available: October – June



For School Principles & Administrators

All of our 2023 -2024 Virtual Programming is offered through, a platform that uses videoconferencing for educational & professional development across the country! Registering your school for our program selection is easier than ever with these few steps.




Click Events, find the Program Filter, and select Imagination Fort Worth as a program provider to view our programs.

Select any program to register. Once you have registered, it will send us a notification on our end to let us know that you have registered and we will send you a link to our digital curriculum for the program of your choice.


Please note that any programs that are listed as “ON DEMAND” are available to you at anytime, regardless of the event date & time! Programs that are NOT listed as “on demand” are LIVE and have set dates.

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