The star rating explained
Each game and activity has a star rating – these are guidelines to be used very flexibly depending on the ability of your children or class.
Your kids are safe with us
My Gallery allows your children to have their own personal virtual galleries by sending us their work or choosing works from the Tate Kids Collection – a database of 500 images from our online collection. Kids are then able to give each work a one to five star rating.
All content on My Gallery and the entire Tate Kids site is pre-moderated – checked before it goes live. This is to ensure that it suitable for all ages.
We also advise users choose a nickname, instead of their real names and keep their personal details as private as possible to keep them safe on line.
All four Tate galleries have extensive family events programmes, with regular, special and holiday activities. See what's on to find out more.
Under 12s can visit any temporary exhibition for free when accompanied by an adult. Book tickets online.
If you have any comments or questions about Tate Kids, please contact email@example.com
Tate Kids in the classroom
Tate Kids will bring art to life for your KS1 (4-7 year olds), KS2 (7-11 year olds) and early KS3 (11-12 year olds) pupils with its exciting and interactive activities which are fully compatible with interactive whiteboards and individual computers. There are also crafty activities to do offline in Tate Create.
Tate Kids supports aspects the art curricula in the UK, but also has relevance to English, Design and Technology and ICT.
Please download our free lesson plans (see PDFs below) for KS1, KS2 and KS3 that demonstrate how Tate Kids, specifically Tate Create and Tate Paint can be used in effectively in the classroom. They support the Art and Design curricula in the UK, but international teachers will also find them useful.
Visit Teachers to discover the resources Tate offer.
Lesson Plan PDF's:
- KS1: Bird World - PDF format, 221 KB
- KS2: Mind Maze - PDF format, 229 KB
- KS3: Live Art - PDF format, 223 KB
PDF Files can be opened with free Adobe Reader software.