Virtual Programs

Our virtual programs are primarily 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. We will send you a link to a Google Drive folder with the curriculum and videos.

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.

Live programing will be scheduled based on availability. Registration limitations are determined by the venue capacity. These will be first come first served so register early! To register for live programing contact us at:


Cost: FREE

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

Description: Storybook PAL (Partners in Arts and Literacy) targets early readers from PreK – 2nd grade. Each month we feature a new book with two recordings by Ms. Esme the Hat Lady reading each book (in English and in Spanish), along with a featured artform recording by a variety of teaching artists.

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.

Sign up for individual programs each month or sign up for the series pass where we send you a new set of videos and curriculum at the beginning of each month.

Monthly Schedule (details subject to change)

September: Inspired by the book Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes, this classic of children’s literature teaches us to be proud of our uniqueness, including our unique names. This program is ideal for back to school as we learn about our new classmates. Our featured art form in this program is vocals with the amazing opera singer Ms. Colleen.

October: Inspired by the book Gustavo, the Shy Ghost by Flavia Z. Drago, this story focuses on showing our individual talents and finding the courage to put ourselves out there. Our featured art form in this program is Shadow Puppets with the fantastic Mr. Tomas.

November: Inspired by the book Apt. 3 by Ezra Jack Keats, this book teaches us about not making snap judgments as well as finding friendships. Our featured art form in this program is inspired by the blues music featured in our story – award winning singer/songwriter John Denny will be your featured artist.

December: Inspired by the book Shmelf the Hanukkah Elf by Greg Wolfe, this story helps us understand that there are different ways people celebrate this season. The very caring Shmelf the elf gets Santa’s seal of approval to become the Hanukkah elf. Our featured art form in this program is visual art.

January: Inspired by the book After the Fall (How Humpty Dumpty Got Back Up Again) by Dan Santant, our story helps us learn to overcome our fears and trauma. This will ensure that we go on to SOAR in life! Our featured art form in this program is theatre with the positive and inspirational Ms. Aaron.

February: Inspired by the book Saving the Day: Garrett Morgan’s Life Changing Invention by Karyn Parsons, this true story based on the life of a young man who is quite a dreamer, always thinking, until one day inspiration hits (literally) right in front of him. Get inspired with our featured art form of photography with Mr. Brandon.

March: Inspired by the book Paletero Man by Lucky Diaz, this colorful and kind story teaches us about community and caring for each other. Our featured art form in this program is dance with our energetic dance specialist Ms. Jenifer.

April: Inspired by the book Firenze’s Light by Jessica Collaco, this story is all about not hiding your light. Firenze the lightning bug learns how beautiful and special she is at an art gallery where her new and kind beetle friend has a show. Our featured art form in this program is eco art with our very own art teacher extraordinaire Mrs. Gloria.

May: Inspired by the book Mop Rides the Waves of Change by Jaimal Yogis, this surfing tale teaches us to care for our oceans and all the creatures that live there as well as learning to channel our anger and frustrations into positivity. Mop and his Coconut Head Band have inspired our featured art form in this lesson, music with famed singer songwriter John Denny!

#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

Cost: FREE

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

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

Option 3 (middle/high school) Grade Levels: 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th

Description: Explore the Wild West through art! Take students on an adventure that reflects the art and reality of the American West at the Sid Richardson Museum. The program includes a virtual tour with museum staff at the Sid Richardson Collection, a digital curriculum and suggestions for hands on, art making activities.

Option 1: Lower Elementary program focuses on word acquisition, the lure of the West and the idea of past, present, and future.

Option 2: Upper Elementary program focuses on westward expansion and Texas History.

Option 3: Middle/High School program focuses on understanding how paintings documented current events of the day, literacy in the form of dime novels from the Old West, the lure of the west and the Homestead Act.

#Student Served: — Unlimited Digital Participants

Program Materials: ImagineGuide & video resources

Content Area: Art, Literacy, Social Studies

Available: : On Demand October – May

Cost: FREE

Grade Levels:  4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th (grade varies by project)

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.

Grade Levels: 3rd, 4th, 5th

Piecing together Math: Quilting with Naomi (available fall 2022 – June) – This project will use quilting as inspiration to teach math in a realistic and practical way. Our presenter Mrs. Naomi is a talented quilter – she is eager to show how she uses math every time she goes to make a quilt!

Grade Levels: 3rd, 4th, 5th

The Economics of Pizza (available Jan 2023 – June) – This project takes inspiration from the book “Nobody Knows How to Make a Pizza.” This seemingly nonsense statement is a fun lesson in economics for young students. Students will gain a greater understanding of where food comes from and how economies work.

Grade Levels: 1st, 2nd, 3rd

#Student Served: Unlimited Digital Participants

Program Materials: ImagineGuide, video resources, projects

Content Area: Art, Math

Cost: FREE

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

The Art of Fly Fishing (available fall 2022 – June) – Fly fishing is considered an art by many. An integral part of fly fishing and being a successful angler is understanding what the river or body of water is trying to tell you. With a keen eye you can get a pretty good understanding of what “the story” is no matter where you are fishing, before you make your first cast. Fly fishing guide Ben will show you what the main bait sources are for sport fish, show how we replicate those bait sources, where they can be found and how knowing this information and identifying these bait sources (bugs, baitfish, crawfish, frogs) can produce an up-close encounter with some of the nation’s most common native and sought-after species.

This program includes a reading of the book “Jangles: A Big Fish Story.” Mixing science, art, and fishing, this program hopes to inspire a love of nature and motivation to get outside and experience nature firsthand.

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

Gravity: The Feather & The Rock – A former NASA engineer will teach you about gravity, not just here but on the MOON as well! Mr. Bernie will teach you about a famous experiment involving a feather and a rock.

Grade Levels: 3rd, 4th, 5th

The Art of Waterways – Middle School students will focus on environmental water issues such as plastics in our rivers and oceans and the importance of waterways in our society.

Grade Levels: 6th, 7th, 8th

#Student Served: Unlimited Digital Participants

Program Materials: ImagineGuide, video resources, projects

Content Area: Art, Science, SEL, and Literacy

Available: On Demand October – May

Cost: FREE

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. 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: Thank you letter templates to download, ImagineGuide, Video

Content Area: Art, Literacy, and SEL

Available: On demand October – November

Cost: FREE

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

Description: This special program features a recording of the telling of a wordless picture book, I Walk with Vanessa by Kerascoët. The story teaches us about kindness and friendship. Tarrant County College’s Sign Interpreting team has taken on the task of interpreting this story using ASL and voice. It is a great opportunity to learn about the different ways we communicate and how we can bridge communication gaps through kindness.

Program Materials: Videos, ImagineGuide, Projects

Content Area: Language, culture, community, and communication

Available: On demand October – May

Ballet Frontier’s The Nutcracker

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 live studio broadcast. We will be live-streaming this event on YouTube LIVE. You will be sent a link before the event. Imagination Fort Worth will send you curriculum support in advance of the broadcast to enhance learning.

Option A: Live stream in-studio

Option B: Recording of the in-studio rehearsal


Ballet Concerto A Holiday Special

Join us for a delightful, recorded ballet A Holiday Special performed by Ballet Concerto of Fort Worth. A Holiday Special features Frosty the Snowman and Ballet Concerto entertain you with a fun seasonal performance! Imagination Fort Worth will provide classroom enrichment with fun activities and a blend of arts & core curriculum.


For School Principles & Administrators

All of our 2022 -2023 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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