A fun interactive painting program on the Internet.
http://www.abcya.com/abcya_paint.htm2. Architect Studio 3D
Architecture is the most massive expression of art you can think of. In this online app you get to design a house from the ground up with the famed architect ““ Frank Lloyd Wright.
http://architectstudio3d.org/AS3d/index.html3. Art Safari - Museum of Modern Art, New York
Explore the theme of animals in art through the work in the Museum of Modern Art. Take a “journey”—and adventure in looking at art.
A comprehensive Web-based arts experience designed for students, covering the visual and performing arts.
http://www.knowitall.org/artopia/5. ArtPadA fun flash-based paint program from art.com. Have fun creating art!
http://artpad.art.com/artpad/painter/6. Artsology – Art History Match Game
This is a fun activity to test your knowledge about art. Match up paintings by Matisse, O'Keeffe, Dali, Rembrandt, and more!
Create pictures using patterns that you create with buttons, pointing and clicking
http://bomomo.com/8. Brain Bashers Optical Illusions
Optical illusions are often described as visual images that differ from reality - the eyes and brain 'see' something that doesn't quite match the physical measurement of the image. Check out these fun optical illusions.
http://www.brainbashers.com/opticalillusions.asp9. Color in Motion
This interactive site by Claudia Cortes walks visitors through the use of color. Color in Motion also provides games and videos to illustrate how color communicates, invokes emotion, and symbolizes other things
http://www.mariaclaudiacortes.com/#10. Color Test
See if your right brain and left brain are working together. Select the COLOR of the word not the word.
http://www.fireworkspop.com/colortest.htm11. Color With Leo
Explore the world of art through interactive games, hands-on activities, and lessons with a young Leonardo da Vinci.
http://www.colorwithleo.com/12. Curious Corner
Several online art games by the Art Institute of Chicago. See the mask maker, cornell boxes, create portraits, and match shapes, textures, and sounds.
http://www.artic.edu/aic/education/CC/13. Draw a Stickman
Draw a custom stickman and watch him come to life in this interactive stickman adventure.
Create jigsaw puzzles from your own artwork or from others works of art.
http://www.jigzone.com/gallery/Art15. Keith Haring
Artist Keith Haring was devoted to kids. This site shares his vision of art with kids and inspires them to discover their own creative side. Activities include games, puzzles, pictures to color, stories and more.
http://www.haringkids.com/16. Make Beliefs Comix
Have fun creating your own comic strips. Select from 10 fun characters with different moods and write words for blank talk and thought balloons to make the characters talk and think.
17. Matisse Cutouts by Abrakadoodle
Create paintings with Matisee-like paper cutouts.
http://www.abrakadoodle.com/artgamesforkids2.html18. Mobile Maker
Mobiles look graceful and weightless as they glide through the air. Try you hand at this interactive website to see if you can make create a mobile and balance it.
http://www.nga.gov/education/classroom/interactive/mobile.htm19. Paletton- The Color Scheme Designer. A digital Color Wheel that introduces vocabulary, such as; Hue, Monochromatic, and Analagous! http://paletton.com/#uid=1000u0kllllaFw0g0qFqFg0w0aF
20. Picasso Head- Create a Picasso Head Digitally! Use of line, shape, and color can go a long way! www.PicassoHead.com21. SmARTkids
Learn the language of art, explore art materials, and unravel clues about the history of selected artworks. Visit an artist's studio and make your own art on this cool site.
22. Tessellations! http://www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/Tessellate/23. What is Print?
Learn the art of print making from the Museum of Modern Art.
http://www.moma.org/interactives/projects/2001/whatisaprint/flash.html24. Whitney for Kids
This fun interactive site features areas that include information about artists in the Whitney collection, a children's gallery, art quizzes, and more!
http://whitney.org/ForKids- See more at: http://cbsd.org/Page/15946#sthash.GrbkZY0T.dpuf