Try these from TATE KIDS!
A creative workshop drawing someone we love, and learning about famous artists along the way! Join any time to take part in this 40 minute session with Tate Kids and artist Joey Yu. https://bit.ly/3qMJmou
Using our bodies to make art! Join artist Harold Offeh, stretch out, warm up and make some arty shapes and prints.
Join in and see more from Tate Kids: https://bit.ly/3oRI4ax
Play with Collage Follow along with the video to make a collage using bold shapes, and a collage portrait
We love to doodle and create patterns, It's a great way to help focus, listen and relieve stress.
If you like to doodle why not try doodling or colouring your own alphabet book using the template and worksheet provided.
It is really simple to make or you could cut the letter out to create your name.
Or why not create your own book using the instructions?
Here is a link to the video instructions.
Collaged cut out lion
Paint or crayon onto some paper making different patterns to make this little, standing lion. It is made from a folded piece of card so would make a great greetings card and is a fun project to do with children.
You will need:
200mm x270mm but you can make it bigger).
Step 2 Cut out the legs and tail, using the image as a
Step 3 Open up the folded card and cut off the tail on
Step 4 Cut out a shape for the head. (approx 70mm x
80mm or bigger.
Step 5 Cut out some strips of patterned paper
Step 6 With the pattern side of the paper strips facing
down, glue a section at the end of each strip
and stick them to the back of the face section,
positioning them around in a circle. They can
overlap each other.
Step 7 Cut out a nose strip and some ears and stick
Step 8 Finish off the head with a black nose out and
eyes. Add some whiskers and stick the head
down to the body.
He is finished!
Make a few and you have a pride!
How to Make a Small Gift or Tote Bag
Click the link for the instructions to make a small tote bag, perfect to use as a gift bag and save on sparkly paper that can’t be recycled. Or keep for your own use, they work brilliantly to carry a packed lunch, water bottle and reusable coffee cup.
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