Free Online Art Lessons for Kids

By | May 26, 2021

Did school close due to Coronavirus? Join us for FREE online art lessons for kids (and adults). Ease some anxiety with art therapy, learn how to create awesome projects, and enjoy getting creative.


How Do I Sign Up?
-Please go to our YouTube channel:
-Click “Subscribe”
-Click the bell icon to be notified when we post new videos

Is It Really Free? What’s the Catch?
Seriously, it’s really free! No catch. I just want to provide a great resource and help our community during difficult circumstances.

I Want to Donate. How Can I Contribute?
There have been many who have requested a donation link. You can donate through this link if you feel it in your heart to do so:
I plan to use some of the proceeds to help families in need in my community and order groceries for those who may be high risk and unable to venture out.
Our supply lists are also Amazon affiliate links. It doesn’t cost you any extra and we receive a small contribution to help us keep doing what we’re doing. 

When do classes start? What time?
Classes begin on Monday, March 16th. You will be able to view our videos at any time after we post them. We record in the morning, edit in the afternoon, and then it takes most of the afternoon and evening for it to upload to YouTube, so you may be participating in lessons the morning after it posts on YouTube.


Our first four lessons will require items most people have at home already. You might have many of the supplies at home for all of the lessons. I recommend purchasing supplies you do not already have at home.  Keep in mind, Amazon may be taking longer than the usual 2 days to ship items, so please order as soon as possible to ensure you have supplies on hand for our art lessons.  Most lessons are suitable for a wide age range, including adults! You can share supplies with your children and create together. My goal is to use a lot of these supplies up within the next few weeks, but if you have supplies left over, it’s great to make art anytime! And, summer break will be here before you know it. 😉  Feel free to join us for all the lessons or some. If you are on a budget, you can substitute with items you have at home already or pick and choose the classes you participate in. Keep in mind, depending on how many children you have participating, these supplies are enough to last far past these classes.

Here is the class schedule along with the supplies needed for each day.

ALL SUPPLIES NEEDED are listed below this list and include buttons to take you straight to that product on Amazon.


DAY 1: Tuesday, March 17 – Pop Art Donuts.
Supplies: Printer paper and markers

DAY 2: Wednesday, March 18 – Zentangle Clover
Supplies: Printer paper and markers

DAY 3: Thursday, March 19 – Mixed Media Honey Bees
Supplies: Bubble Wrap (small bubbles), acrylic paint, paintbrushes, construction paper, crayons, or pastels

DAY 4: Friday, March 20 – Watercolor Sea Turtles
Supplies: Watercolor Paper, Watercolor Paint, Paint Pallet, Paintbrushes, white crayon (do not use washable crayons), a cup of water, and rag

DAY 5: Monday, March 23 – Alcohol Ink Tiles.
Supplies: Ceramic Tiles, Alcohol Inks & Blending solution (or Isopropyl Alcohol) 

DAY 6 Tuesday, March 24 – Watercolor Skyline.
Supplies: Watercolor Paints, sharpies, watercolor paper, brushes, paint pallet, rag, and cup with water

DAY 7:  Wednesday, March 25 – Frida Kahlo – Fruit Still Life.
Supplies: Acrylic paints, canvas, paintbrushes, paint pallet, rag, and cup with water

DAY 8: Thursday, March 26 – Pop Art – Neon Cupcakes.
Supplies: Crayola Neon Pastels, Black Construction Paper

DAY 9: Friday, March 27 – Clay Planters
Supplies: Crayola White Air Dry Clay, Glaze, Acrylic Paint, Clay tools

DAY 10: Monday, March 30 – Clay Cuties.
Supplies: Sago Brothers Air Dry Clay, Clay Tools

DAY 11: Tuesday, March 31 – Watercolor Jellyfish
Supplies: Watercolor paints, watercolor paper, paintbrushes, salt, white crayon (do not use washable crayons), rag, a cup of water

DAY 12: Wednesday, April 1 – Kandinsky – Concentric Circles.
Supplies: Canvas, Acrylic Paint, Paintbrushes, a cup of water, rag

DAY 13: Thursday, April 2 – Kandinsky – Music and Art, Lines and Circles
Supplies: Watercolor paper, Sharpies, Watercolor paint, paint pallet, paintbrushes, a cup of water, and rag

DAY 14: Friday, April 3 – Leaf Clay Dish
Supplies: Crayola Air Dry Clay, Clay Tools, Watercolor Paint, Paint Pallet, Glaze, a cup of water, and rag

DAY 15: Friday, April 4 – Fruity Still Life Sculpture
Supplies: Sago Brothers Air Dry Clay, Clay Tools

DAY 16: Monday, April 7 – The Great Wave
Supplies: Acrylic Paint, Canvas, Paintbrushes, paint pallet, old toothbrush or stiff brush, a cup of water, and rag

DAY 17: Tuesday, April 8 – Skyline on Color Gradation
Supplies: Watercolor Paper, Acrylic Paint, Sharpie, Paintbrushes, Paint Pallet, a cup of water, rag

DAY 18: Wednesday, April 9 – Fancy Bugs
Supplies:  Drawing Paper (or computer paper), Sharpie, Colored Pencils

DAY 19: Thursday, April 10 – Alcohol Ink Feather
Supplies: Alcohol Ink, blending solution, Sharpie, Canvas, Paintbrushes, a cup of water, rag

DAY 20: Friday, April 11 – Decorative Egg Painting
Supplies: Acrylic paint, Eggs

DAY 21: Monday, April 12 – Pastel Solar System
Supplies: Black paper, Crayola neon pastels

If schools go beyond this date, we will post more lesson plans.