A website that is very user friendly (for all ages) and allows you to save your image as a .png file (goes into your 'download' files, so name it and save it in a place of your choosing on your computer).
Create line drawings that become animated with different backgrounds.
Utilize 3D modeling software and save your work on your school-issued Google Drive (log in to your school-issued Gmail account first, then click on the waffle icon in the upper right hand corner of the page, and in the drop down menu - choose SketchUp). Be sure to view the tutorial video and also name your projects.
Created by a coder and designer to promote the skill of looking and it allows for exploration with an array of formats.
An interactive website from the National Gallery of Art (Washington, D.C.) focusing on art and art history, but the NGAkids App needs to be downloaded.
A comprehensive resource for origami and the instructions are in both diagram and animated formats.
This website allows for having an array of digital tools to creating designs, utilize typefaces, and 'export' your file in various formats.
This site offers introductions to artists, art making sources, and art games (then use your computer's Snipping Tool to 'take a picture' of the artwork you created, name your file, and then save it in a place of your choosing on your computer).
Turn your pixels into digital sand and then save your file (use the camera icon) as a .png.
Create images utilizing the light-based stokes and then 'save as' (using the camera icon) and then save your file as a .png.