School clip art


We put together a special "Back to school" selection of images: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/clipart/HA102379141033.aspx. There are lots of images to pick from, for teachers and students alike. Check it out!  


Comments (6)
  1. Aubri says:

    I have a question about using clip art…I notice that clip art is freely available for use on websites for school and churches, what about public libraries? If we’d like to use the clipart images online, do we fall under the educational use at all?

    Many Thanks!

    Aubri

  2. elsie says:

    I’m a french langage person knew to this clipart blog.I’am a teacher and I would love to be able to get some interesting free clipart for my artclasses and my special  class for children with difficulties.thank tyou for your help.

  3. Janet Stephens says:

    I’m working on a template in Excel for scheduling music students on the "half hour" 3 days a week.  When completed, it will have a color code for each day and all contact iinformation–email, cell and landline, student and parents names.  I did it in Word Pro 2003…cutting and stretching that tiny grid into a 3 columns with 22 cells was a BEAR….I’ll share it when I get it done.

    In Word, the information doesn’t cover the page, and I really don’t want borders…..

    Any tips will be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,

    Jan

  4. .I notice that clip art is freely available for use on websites for school and churches, what about public libraries? If we’d like to use the clipart images online, do we fall under the educational use at all?

  5. jermy says:

    a teacher and I would love to be able to get some interesting free clipart for my artclasses and my special  class for children with difficulties.thank tyou for your help. <a href="http://www.jerrysartarama.com/&quot; rel="dofollow">art supplies online</a>

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