Drawing, painting, crafts, and everything in between have always been great ways to spend time with kids. Need ideas for new projects? Check out our list of Art Resources for Kids!
Art for Kids Hub is the resource that inspired this list! Watch step by step videos on drawing and origami taught by Rob and his family.
Art Projects for Kids provides instructions for how to draw everything from polar bears to Frida Kahlo. Inspired by current events and the wide world of art, this is a fun resource for timely projects.
The Crafty Crow was designed by a homeschool mom to catalog all the amazing craft ideas she found online. Although its no longer active, its worth a look.
Google Arts and Culture features a daily online lesson that highlights museums, artists and music and utilizes Google tools to engage the user.
KinderArt was designed for art teachers, but there is no reason parents and caregivers can’t utilize these lesson plans at home. Organized by grade level and lesson type give yourself a lot of time to explore!
Open Studio through the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is a great resource for projects that will get older kids thinking like the artists who designed these immersive lessons.
Paper Kawaii is not for the faint of heart, but for those looking to take their origami skills to the next level, this is the site!