If you are looking for art project ideas then look no further than this fabulous site which has simple illustrated instructions and videos especially for primary aged children. Ideas for teachers too.
This revision site covers the main principles of most syllabuses. Check your own to see which elements you need. Numerous artists' works are featured and discussed here.
A delightful site where you can view a selection famous paintings in detail on exhibition at the National Gallery thanks to a clever tool which allows you to zoom closely without leaving your home or classroom.
The main purpose of this site is to inspire and support teachers who are experimenting with the use of computers in Art and Design. There are art ideas, case studies and an image bank.
Great copyright free images from Worcestershire LEA. Categories include: Artists, Landscapes, Sculpture, Gardens, Faces, Shape, Texture and Colour. The photographs would be useful teaching aids on an interactive whiteboard.
Brilliant inspirational video clips featuring clay work in the primary classroom. Super if you are looking for ideas. Pupils create and finish a Victorian clay head. Good follow up to portrait work.
A video of a teacher working with primary pupils to make 3D constructions based on the work of Andy Goldsworthy. Great if you are looking for inspiration a class activity.
Explore the tools like line, colour, shape, balance, space that artists use to create works of art in this great site. Each section has an animated demonstration and examples of the concepts in works of art. Then you can try your own composition.
Lots of fun things to make on the Finger Tips TV show website.
In this activity you can explore the use of circles in pictures. Look at a picture based on the work of the artist Kandinsky and make your own circles using a colour palette and tool bar. Can be used on an interactive whiteboard.