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Best Art Websites for Kids – Digital Art, Activities, & Lessons

Expand your Kids imagination by learning about famous works from around the world and doing some creating too!

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Introduce your child to famous works of art, teach lessons to supplement their studies, or have fun with art activities by bringing visual arts into your home. We’ve put together a crowdsourced list of the top platforms to help students and kids dive into the world of art. Whether you’re looking for digital art programs, interactive videos, or art projects for kids, these websites are sure to foster creativity.

Kids Visual Arts Resources Breakdown

Aminah’s World Best for creating art with everyday objects
Bomomo Best for free digital art creation for all ages
The Kennedy Center Best for lessons on a wide-range of visual arts
Nature’s Art Club Best for subscription art club, teaching about environmental art
Tate Kids Best for video instructions and art games
#MetKids Best for art museum exploration

Aminah’s World

Aminah’s World educational platform

Aminah’s World

If you aren’t sure how to do digital art projects with your kids, then let Aminah’s World help. This free digital art website is provided by the Columbus Museum of Art. It celebrates Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson, an artist who created two and three-dimensional art from everyday objects and found items. It might just inspire your little digital artists to start creating collages of their own.

Age Range: 5-15 years

Features: 
  • Create your own digital collage
  • See examples of the artist’s work
  • Print out your children’s digital art projects
Pricing: Always free, no account required
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Bomomo

Bomomo educational platform

Bomomo

Bomomo is a free digital art website (and app) that is so simple, your kids don’t even need to be able to read. A moving set of circles follows your cursor, and you can use different buttons on the bottom of the canvas to create all sorts of geometric patterns. It’s like MS Paint but with more creative options.

Age Range: 2-18+ years

Features: 
  • Not necessary to know how to read
  • Just click icons and move mouse
  • Save your art projects
Pricing: Always free, no account required
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The Kennedy Center

The Kennedy Center educational platform

The Kennedy Center

The Kennedy Center has a library of free lessons and allows users to filter by age, arts subject, related topics, and lesson length. These in-depth lessons were designed for educators to use for free, but parents at home can use them just the same. Each lesson includes learning objectives, suggested materials to make art, background information, and student prerequisites.

Age Range: Grades K - 12th

Features: 
  • Visual Arts, Theater, Literature, World Culture, Opera, Dance, and much more
  • Some lessons connect to Science, History, Social Studies, and more
  • Articles and How-To’s to bring cool art projects into your lessons
  • Free art media content for kids of all ages
Pricing: Always free, no account required
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Nature’s Art Club

Nature’s Art Club educational platform

Nature’s Art Club

Subscribe to Nature’s Art Club for lessons, tutorials, traceable templates, and more. Also included are resources to share information with your kids about nature through poetry, videos, games, and crafts.

Age Range: 5-15 years

Features: 
  • Activities from 15 minutes to an hour
  • Access to a private Facebook group
  • Downloadable PDFs
Pricing: 
  • $15/month
  • $120/year
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Tate Kids

Tate Kids educational platform

Tate Kids

Get inspiration for all kinds of art projects for kids. Paint and draw, create collages and sculptures, learn about technology, photography, performance, and so much more. You can even find quizzes and art games. The website is provided by the Tate Museum in the UK.

Age Range: Grades K - 5th

Features: 
  • Video instructions for making art
  • Games and quizzes on famous art
  • History behind art pieces and artists
Pricing: Always free, no account required
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#MetKids

#MetKids educational platform

#MetKids

Explore The Metropolitan Museum of Art through their kid-friendly website. The museum provides multiple ways to experience their art collection. Kids can search a map, use the time machine to see art from different time periods, and watch videos.

Age Range: Grades 1st - 6th

Features: 
  • Interactive map shows pictures of real pieces in the collection
  • Videos include creating art, Q&A with artists, Made by Kids, and celebrating art
Pricing: Always free, no account required
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Tate

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All Kids Network

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The Kennedy Center

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Adventure Academy

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Aminah's World

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Aminah's World is the best of the best when it comes to teaching children art I love it even my child love it too... read more

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Discover Education

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This is a great educational site for virtual field trips. We've watched quite a few and my favorite, from a parental... read more

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Boston Children's Museum

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