A delightful site for Key Stage 1 pupils about six famous artists and their work. It also promotes reading skills. There are literacy exercises. A good non-fiction text. More detailed biographies for Key Stage 2 pupils.Landscape Van Gogh Style
The site discusses the techniques that Van Gogh used on a featured landscape painting and then you can make a picture yourself in his style. It lends itself well to an interactive whiteboard and there is an option to download the site to your hard drive.How to Draw - Step by Step lessons and Videos
Tips and techniques for improving your drawing. It looks at cartoon drawing, drawing faces, perspective and more.Spider Web Art Project
A great art idea for a minibeast or Halloween project. It's a water-colour resist spider.Tate Paint
Have fun creating your own masterpiece with lots of different art effects. Let your imagination run wild!Web Whiteboard
A Web Whiteboard is touch-friendly online whiteboard app that enables you use your computer, tablet or smartphone to draw sketches, collaborate and share with others. Easy to use and no installation needed.Getting In
A one-stop shop for students’ educational needs as they make the crucial, potentially life-changing transition from school to university and beyond. There are GCSE and 'A' Level revision resources and past papers.Easy Drawing Guides
Step-by-step instructions, videos and print out sheets which show you how to draw animals, plants and popular characters.Who is Georgia O'Keeffe?
Take the time to look at the world of Georgia O'Keeffe who painted mountains, skulls and flowers.Primary Resources
Don't miss this wealth of worksheets, ideas, activities and resources for primary teachers. Sections included are literacy, homework, maths, science and art. Some resources are online, others are in PDF format.