You can find useful videos and articles here for Art lessons to carryout at home.  Please scroll down to make sure you see all the exercises you can do at home.

ART UK - Key Stage 2:

Art UK has produced some amazing videos to support children in Key Stage 2 (Yrs 3 - 6) with developing their art skills.


Tate Kids

Miss King has found some pages which she thinks you will enjoy on the Tate Kids website. 

Click here for a page full of ideas of things to make and new skills to learn.

Click here for a page which teaches you, and gives you lots of information, about different artists.

You may also like to explore further afield on this website as there are fun quizzes and games to take part in, some videos to watch and some galleries to explore.



Mrs Dearlove has created this document to teach you how to make a piece of artwork using the Zentangle method.  Click here.  She has included some photos of her own artwork to inspire you.



Mrs Dearlove has found this video of stippling for you. 

Look at the photos for artwork which Mrs Dearlove has produced using this technique


Jasper Johns - Painter exercise.

Jasper Johns (born May 15, 1930) is an American painter, sculptor and printmaker whose work is associated with abstract expressionism and pop art. He is well known for his depictions of the American flag and other US-related topics. Johns' works regularly sell for millions of dollars at sale and auction, including a reported $110 million sale in 2010. At multiple times works by Johns have held the title of most paid for a work by a living artist.

He is also known for his work using numbers. Younger children could be inspired by choosing just one number to colour, older children could layer up more than one number – maybe their date of birth, or family birthdays – to get a more complex result.
The website link below has a good explanation of what younger children could do. You do not need a number template, you can just draw out a big number – maybe their age?

Older children could try something more like these images. They would work best in acrylic paint, oil pastel or crayon, but really any colour would still look striking.

Please see Mrs Dearloves Number art below.


Draw a simple 3D hand

Draw a trick pop up letter, great for our Year 6's but anyone can have a go.