Drawing with Family
Try out this drawing challenge and have a go at drawing a picture of Tower Bridge with someone older or younger than you. How does the finished picture look?
Collect up some old boxes and tubes from the middle of kitchen rolls, and challenge yourself and your family to become aircraft designers with our Junk Modelling activity.
We’ve been thinking about families… and families come in all shapes and sizes! Inspired by Adriaen van Ostade’s drawing ‘The Child and The Doll’, join artist Sarah Taylor Silverwood to make a zine and reflect on time spent with your family, whoever and wherever they may be.
Anyone can make a zine – children, families and grown-ups!
Are you running out of things to say at the dinner table? It can be hard to find topics to talk about when you spend all your time together.
Here is a a video about how to host a ‘stay at home’ dinner party complete with table decorations and conversation starters. It’s guaranteed to brighten up your evening!
Who doesn’t love to receive a postcard? In these uncertain times, many older people might be feeling lonely and on their own. We are inviting children to design their own “Greetings from Home” postcard to share with older people in their community.
Simply print this template or create your own design on a piece of paper.