Art Games for Kids to Inspire Creativity

Art has the power to enrich every mind, and at some point in our lives, we’ve all fantasised about being an artist. Today, let’s turn this space into a hub of creativity and explore activities that can ignite our imagination.

Welcome to Art hub. Are you looking for art games that tickle the creative bones of your little ones? Are you looking to indulge them in colour, sketches, shapes and creations? If yes, then our art hub is the place to be!  To get your kids on board an artistic journey, we have a few activities. Why don’t you take a look at them and then kickstart their creative endeavours? 

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First, we have a list of activities that you can try indoors:

Pictionary: It is an activity to transform doodling into an exciting guessing game. Let the kids start by drawing whimsical images without using letters, and let their friends decipher your drawing. For example, a child might draw a smiling sun for the word “sunshine.”  


Telestrations: A lively and entertaining game that combines telephone and Pictionary. Kick off the fun by asking your child to sketch a word or phrase and pass it to the next person, who must then guess what the drawing represents. The twist comes as the sketchbook circulates, with alternating rounds of drawing and guessing. It’s a game that unleashes kids’ artistic skills and also makes it fun and enjoyable for all. 


Blindfold Creations: Have each player don a blindfold and equip them with a range of art supplies like crayons, markers, paints, or clay. Challenge them to craft a drawing, painting, or sculpture entirely without seeing. After completing their masterpieces, unveil the creations by removing the blindfolds. This game fosters a reliance on touch and imagination, sparking a unique and delightful artistic experience for all.

Blindfold Creations

Doodle Challenges: Set the clock ticking and get the children embarked on a delightful challenge to create spontaneous doodles inspired by given prompts or themes. Whether it’s a quirky shape, a whimsical concept, or a specific word, this game will propel them into a world of quick thinking and artistic expression. The time limit adds an element of excitement, encouraging you to rapidly translate your ideas into charming artwork. 

Doodle challenges

Articulate Your Day: A thrilling game where the kids describe their day with drawings and sketches. The challenge lies in the inventive use of shapes and colours to convey what they think without giving away the ideas verbally. 

Articulate your day

Create Your Own Art Tutorial Hub: Create a room of your own with colours, canvases and everything artistry you want. Ask the kids to follow an art tutorial, and dive into the world of ceaseless drawing, each stroke seamlessly connecting to the next. This game not only hones artistic skills but also celebrates the spontaneity and fluidity of the creative process, making it a thrilling and engaging artistic adventure for all involved.

Create Your Own Art Tutorial Hub

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Now, if you wish to spend a day outdoors, doing some art activities, we have a list for that too: 

Scavenger Hunt: Let the children embark on an artistic scavenger hunt extravaganza! Make picture clues leading the explorers to hidden treasures. At the treasure stations, let them unleash their inner artists with tasks like crafting impromptu sculptures or painting nature scenes. 

Scavenger hunt

Sculptionary: In this engaging game, players put their creativity to the test as they mould objects or concepts using clay or playdough. With a limited timeframe, kids strive to bring their assigned word or idea to life through the art of sculpting. The result is a hilarious and sometimes surprising display of artistic interpretation, turning the guessing game into a tactile and visually entertaining experience. Sculptionary not only challenges children’s sculpting skills but also adds a hands-on and dynamic dimension to the joy of creative expression.


Collage Creation: A hands-on artistic adventure perfect for a bright, sunny holiday. Gather magazines, newspapers, and assorted materials, and head to your garden with the kids. Ask the kids to collect elements from the garden, such as leaves, flowers, and sticks, and use them along with cut pieces from magazines and newspapers, as well as assorted materials, to make collages that encapsulate a chosen theme or idea. Whether it’s the exploration of personal interests, a reflection of emotions, or an abstract concept, this activity allows for diverse interpretations and imaginative compositions. However, remind the kids to keep the surroundings clean while doing this.

Collage Creations

Collaborative Mural: A game to transform children’s artistic instincts into a collaborative masterpiece. Get a large canvas or a wall and install it in your garden or balcony. Now, let children come together to contribute. As each one adds their unique touch to create a shared mural, the result is a collaborative masterpiece that blends individual styles into a visually captivating and cohesive artwork. This game fosters teamwork, sparks creativity, and turns the act of painting into a collective celebration of artistic expression.

Collaborative Mural

Engaging in art games provides an enjoyable avenue for cultivating creativity and artistic expression in individuals of all ages and especially, the kids. Infusing a playful element into the creative process, these games inspire experimentation with diverse mediums, techniques, and ideas. Through this interactive approach, participants not only nurture their artistic skills but also develop a heightened sense of confidence and curiosity in their creative pursuits. Art games, therefore, serve as dynamic tools for unlocking imaginative potential and making the artistic journey both entertaining and enriching. 

Here is a list of benefits that art activities induce:

1. Creativity Development: Art activities encourage children to think outside the box, fostering creativity and imaginative thinking.

2. Fine Motor Skills: Drawing, painting, and other hands-on activities help develop fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.

3. Emotional Expression: Art provides a medium for children to express their emotions, helping them understand and communicate their feelings

4. Problem-Solving Skills: Art projects often involve making decisions and solving problems, promoting critical thinking and decision-making abilities.

5. Confidence Building: Completing art projects and receiving positive feedback builds confidence and a sense of achievement in children.

6. Cognitive Development: Engaging in artistic activities stimulates cognitive functions, enhancing memory, attention, and overall cognitive development.

7. Social Skills: Group art activities promote collaboration, teamwork, and communication, fostering social skills and positive interaction with peers.

8. Cultural Awareness: Art exposes children to various forms of expression, fostering an appreciation for diversity and different cultures.

9. Patience and Persistence: Art activities often require patience and persistence, teaching children the value of perseverance in achieving their goals.

10. Sensory Exploration: Many art materials involve sensory experiences, allowing children to explore different textures, colours, and shapes, contributing to sensory development.

The exploration of art games for kids makes them unveil their inner creativity while learning, and enjoying. These games transcend mere entertainment and serve as powerful tools to foster imagination, develop essential cognitive skills, and promote social interaction.  Art games are more than just playful activities; they are gateways to a world where each stroke of a paintbrush or twist of clay contributes to the building blocks of a child’s growing mind and character.

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