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We're not just talking online colouring books here. These are websites full of talent and inspiration. As well as some silliness.

Websites

  • Tate Kids

    http://kids.tate.org.uk/

    Kids 6-12 can create their own galleries of artwork, play games, get creative with fun crafts and browse the Tate Kids Collection.

  • The Artist's Toolkit

    http://www.artsconnected.org/toolkit/index.html

    Explore elements such as line, colour and balance by watching animated demonstrations, creating your own compositions, and watching video clips of artists in action.

  • CDN Artists For Kids Gallery

    http://www3.gordonsmithgallery.ca/Artists4Kids/ArtistPatrons/Pages/default.aspx

    See the prints donated by some of Canada's best artists. Read about their lives and the stories behind their artwork.

  • CND Emily Carr At Home and At Work

    https://www.emilycarr.ca/

    An online art exhibit, photo gallery and history of the famous artist from British Columbia.

  • CDN The Group of Seven and Their Contemporaries

    http://mcmichael.com/collection/group-of-seven/

    Discover the history of the Group of Seven and learn about each individual artists and some of their paintings.

  • Haring Kids

    http://www.haringkids.com/

    Not just a colouring book. Colour animated images and learn about Keith's artwork too.

  • Inside Art

    http://www.eduweb.com/insideart/

    When a student goes to an art gallery and gets sucked into a painting, life gets very strange!

  • Mr. Picasso Head

    http://www.picassohead.com/

    Create your own drawing and take a look at other people's artwork.

  • NGA Kids

    http://www.nga.gov/content/ngaweb/education/kids.html

    Explore the interactive art activities programs and have fun creating your own abstract art.

  • Illusions

    http://kids.niehs.nih.gov/games/riddles/illusions/index.htm

    Take a look at these cool optical illusions!

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