Art Sites for Kids

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Art Sites for Young Children (under age four)

1. Play School

Every Aussie kid (and adult!) loves Play School. They have a great selection of games online, one of which is this cute Paint and Dance interactive. Children can paint a picture, then click the music button to watch it come alive to music.

playschool

2. Nick Jr

Nick Jr has lots of different online art activities for children, and they can be sorted by age. Very handy!

Nick Jr

3. Kaleidoscope

A simple site that allows children to draw amazing kaleidoscopes by clicking and dragging a mouse.

kaleidoscope

Sites for School Age Children

1. The National Gallery of Art’s Kids Zone

This site has several awesome interactive art activities. My favourite is See Saws ~ it allows you to choose from natural and man made objects to create your art work, then add animated characters and what them all play when you’re done.

NGA

2. PicassoHead

Create abstract portraits with the click of a mouse.

picassohead

3. Scribbler

With this app the child creates a simple line drawing which, with the press of a button, becomes alive with scribble. Quite amazing to see and fun to play around with.

scribbler

Have you found any great art sites for children lately? Oh, do tell!

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  2. “Art Sites for Kids | Octavia and Vicky” was a delightful post, can
    not wait to read through much more of your postings.
    Time to waste a bit of time on the net haha. Thanks for the post ,Jeffrey

  3. How about a creativity sharing site with safe social networking features for young artists?
    That is what we strove to create through miativity.com. Kids can upload and share their drawings, paintings, stories, photography, and more, independently or via their caregiver’s help in personal Galleries. They can browse other account holders’ galleries and add favorites to their Collection (thus becoming curators of their own virtual museum space). Finally, young ones can satisfy their social networking bug via private messaging only with Friends they are connected to through Miativity.
    I hope you will check us out and tell your friends. Give it a try!
    Phyllis Collar
    http://www.miativity.com
    “My creativity. Shared.”
    Miativity@gmail.com

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