• Websites Where Kids Can Create Digital Art

    SCRAPCOLORING:

    http://scrapcoloring.com/

     ScrapColoring is an online coloring site with an innovative concept. Forget about printable coloring pages: ScrapColoring's colorful and customizable patterns give a very rich variety of choices for kids to develop their artistitic sense, and provide them with hours of fun and creativity.

     

    BOMOMO:

    http://bomomo.com/

     

     

     At Bomomo, children can experiment to their heart's content. There's a range of interesting tools, and the best way to discover what they can do is to simply try them. Click one of the icons at the bottom of the screen, then move and click your mouse to make a cool abstract composition. If you can't save the creation, try taking a screen grab of it.

     

    FLAME PAINTER

    https://www.escapemotions.com/experiments/flame/index.php

    Paint an energetic masterpiece with colorful wisps of flame.

     

    Aminah's WORLD

    http://aminahsworld.org/

     

     

    Aminah's World is a website presented by the Columbus Museum of Art. Here kids can choose a digital background then build a collage by layering kente cloth and other fabric scraps, found objects, shells, and yarn. Objects can be moved and re-sized, and the result printed out.

     

     

    SILK WEAVE: 

    http://weavesilk.com/

    This site features a soothing game that invites children to weave their own bright, symmetrical creations.

     

    TOY THEATER:  

    http://toytheater.com/category/create/art/building-blocks/

     

     

    Toy Theater provides art activities that include building with colored blocks, doodling, designing, animation, and a glimpse into processes like Matisse's painting and Japanese wood block prints. You need to take a screen grab to save work kids do here.

     

    NGA KIDS: 

    https://www.nga.gov/education/kids.html

     

     

    The NGAkids Art Zone app contains eight interactive activities inspired by works in the collection of the National Gallery of Art, plus a sketchbook for freehand drawing and a personal exhibition space where users can save and display art created with the program. The child-friendly interface, easy-to-use tools, and the overarching emphasis on discovery, careful looking, and artistic self-expression make the NGAkids app educational and fun for the whole family.

     

     

    NASA Coloring BOOK: 

    https://spaceplace.nasa.gov/coloring-book/en/

     

     

    Download printable coloring books, activity books, storybooks and science comic books.

     

     

    Destination Modern Art:

    http://www.moma.org/interactives/destination/

     

     

     

    This interactive, kid-directed site from New York’s Museum of Modern Art takes children on a virtual tour of the museum, its artwork, and the artists.

     

     

    THINK DRAW:

    http://www.thinkdraw.com/

     

     

     

    Students can create different pictures using a diverse selection of themes, ranging from space to fruit. It also allows you to view other artwork created by others for inspiration.