Arts and Craft Activities

Quentin Blake Activities:

Click here to visit the website of Quentin Blake.  Blake is best know for his distinctive illustrations which feature in many of Roald Dahl's classic children's book.  This website includes illustration activities which you can print and finish off, with Quentin Blake providing you with a starting point to produce your own masterpieces.  Don't forget to share you finished piece with us!

 Tate Kids:

The Tate Kids website is filled with art-related content to keep you busy!  There are a wide range of activities for you to try at home, including tutorials on how to recreate famous masterpieces, games and quizzes and the opportunity to explore the work of different artists. Why not go on an art adventure now! Click here to visit the Tate Kids website.


 Draw with Ed Vere:

Pencils at the ready! For everyone learning from home, illustrator Ed Vere will be posting simple 'how to draw' videos here - every Wednesday and Friday at 10am. As Booktrust's illustrator in residence, he'll also be posting videos, along with many other brilliant authors and illustrators.

Ed encourages all of you budding artists to share your drawings with him on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram (you may need to use your parents accounts) using the hashtag #drawwithedvere

We know that pupils at Hotwells absolutely love Art so why not use this time to develop your skills even further? Happy drawing!



 Draw with Rob:

Rob Biddulph is a bestselling and multi award-winning author/illustrator. He is also the official World Book Day Illustrator for 2019 and 2020.  He has decided to post a draw-along video every Tuesday and Thursday at 10am that parents could watch with their children and, hopefully, make some nice pictures. Feel free to watch and share them with anybody and everybody. Rob would love to see the results, so please send your pictures on social media using the hashtag #DrawWithRob. He is @RobBiddulph on Twitter, @rbiddulph on Instagram and robbiddulphauthor on Facebook. You can also subscribe to his YouTube channel too.

Click here to visit Rob Biddulph's webpage for the #DrawWithRob tutorials.