Families have expressed interest in ways to continue making art at home! Kaiser has prepared a list of resources to keep your kids making art. Here are her recommendations:
For younger artists, I recommend providing materials and letting them create however they like! Some good materials to have on hand are blocks, play dough, crayons, markers, and scissors and paper for collage. It doesn't need to be construction paper - you can cut up free magazines and newspapers.
The following apps and sites are most appropriate for older kids (2nd grade and up). Enjoy creating with your artists!
Drawing tutorials: Art for Kids Hub
Creative coding—draw a custom character and background and then learn to code to make an animation or interactive game with your character and background!: Scratch Jr.
Draw frames to make your own animation/gif: Brush Ninja
Collection of games, lessons, and activity ideas: Tate Kids
As the name would suggest, a big list of sketchbook prompts from onecurioushuman.com: The Giant List of Sketchbook Prompts
Collection of games: Google Arts & Culture
Learn to make a cardboard loom to weave on: Art With Coach T (YouTube)
Drawing apps: Canvas, Kleki, Procreate, Ibis Paint