There are tons of art apps for kids on the iPad, but most of them seem pretty content to use a finger or a stylus as the only inputs. ArtSee Studio, which includes a special iPad case and an app, throws a few more toys into the mix that should get kids excited about art.
Make Pixel Art – Because You’re Never Too Old (Or Young) For Some 8-Bit Fun
You and your kids can become low-resolution pixel artists with the Make Pixel Art app for the iPad. The app is a virtual sketchpad designed to bring your 8-bit imagination to life, with features that are both user-friendly for newcomers and delightful to veteran artists.
LightBoard Transforms the iPad into a Kid-safe Art Activity Center
Griffin has come out with the ultimate iPad Case for kids. Griffin’s new LightBoard is a case and art table all-in-one. The case itself is made of a shatter-resistant polycarbonate shell with a built-in polycarbonate screen shield. The case has also been custom-built to use with Griffin’s LightBoard Trace app, a free drawing app with fun animations that teaches kids how to even write their name. To top it all off, you can also slide a paper into the LightBoard’s clipboard frame for kids to draw on. Griffin’s LightBoard retails for $39.99.
Crayola’s Color Explosion Glow Board Brings Life to Artwork
Drawing is not simple anymore, not when you can animate your drawings with Crayola’s Color Explosion Glow Board. This electronic easel allows your kids to bring there imaginations to life. All they need to do is draw on the paper what ever they want and then place a plastic plate over their drawing. To add a little more color, turn off the lights, and then use the buttons on the bottom of the easel and watch their drawing come to life! The board surface is reusable and erases in seconds for hours of fun. The board comes with two layers for more drawing space, kids can also change from one…