Young at heART.
Each link has quite a few art art engagement experiences associated with it. All are free.
The National Gallery of Art KidZone
There 15 great ways to engage with famous art and/or create images on this site via a desktop or iPad. If you love what you create, grades 3-5 know how to take a screenshot and upload it to Artsonia to share! (See the Home page of this site for the Artsonia Access Code to upload!). Uploading to Artsonia is not required, just another way for you to continue to engage with art in ways that you already know how to do.
Navigate to the page of different art engagements. Parents need to download to a desktop, or to an iPad.
If you want the program for a desktop (Mac or PC) parents can download from each activity page.
Parents can download the free iPad app here:
(It is unfortunately not available for Android devices, and so will not work on a Chromebook.)
For those of you who wish to engage with your prior coding abilities along with art, Use CODING to create graphic images on Kana. Once the page is open, click/begin on the first image, "Basic"
This is engagement, and not intended to be new to you. So once again, is for those who already have some coding ability, and want to engage with art creation using it.
Metropolitan Museum of Art metkids.
There are many ways to engage with art on these pages.
I know that some of you were highly engaged with creating animation in 5th grade, so this is for you! (A reminder that this is Engagement, and you will not be graded. I highly recommend Pixar In a Box, to continue that engagement.
Click here to take your child to the Pipeline video.
After the video, guide your child to the Lesson Finder - click on 5-6 Grade Level.
On the Lesson Finder page, DO NOT filter for "art" - many art related subjects (such as Color Science) disappear. Also, I strongly believe that art and math are complementary subjects, and viewing some of the ways that math is used in animation makes math come "alive" - for example, Modeling Grass with Parabolas; The Geometry of Dinosaur Scales, etc.
Happy Exploring this Animation Engagement Activity!
The Brookline Art Center has quite a few off-screen art lessons with pictures and simple instructional text. https://brooklineartscenter.com/artreach/art-at-home/