K-12 educators may be interested in this collection of lesson plans from the Walters Art Museum of Baltimore, Maryland. These lesson plans were developed by K-12 educators who participated in a workshop hosted by the Walters Art Museum in 2007-2008. Many of these lessons center on items in the museum's extensive digitized collection. For example, in the lesson Warhol Stained Glass, students examine "Stained Glass Window with Scenes from the Life of Saint Vincent," which is a French piece dating from the mid-thirteenth century. In another lesson named Mascot Maps, middle-grade learners examine Leo Belgicus' sixteenth century "Map of the Low Countries," in which Belgicus presents the Netherlands, Luxembourg, and Belgium in the shape of a lion. Students then create their own mascot. Each lesson is this collection is organized by grade level and subject for easy browsing.