Lets Go Apps

Filter by:
Colorful canvasses and a creative community inspire kids to make and share digital art.
Young artists create exciting Eric Carle-like collage art with their fingers rather than scissors and glue!
Drawing becomes fun within this creativity adventure where kids help a little boy fix a world by tracing geometric shapes.
Hanukkah-themed coloring pages with lots of options including paint-by-numbers.
Fascinating storybook about Van Gogh's life and work where kids get to paint within and solve mechanical puzzles.
When kids start to draw on a flower's petal, the remaining petals also fill with paint to create a kaleidoscope effect that is magical to watch and exciting to use.
This competitive drawing app makes it fun for two players to explore art together.
Kids learn about modern art by playing with this unique set of art tools. They can create their own artwork or follow step-by-step projects based on famous pieces of modern art during which they can add their own unique flair.
Kids wave their hands in front of the iPad to conduct music that they have painted on the screen.
Kids create scenes using special animated stickers that move and interact with the setting in which they are placed.
This ingenious app shows kids an animal's face on the screen and teaches them to draw the body on real paper placed underneath your device.
Young artists paint by collecting color from the real world. They use the camera function of the device to capture a color or pattern to then use as paint.
This clever art app combines art appreciation with creating artwork.
Kids learn to recognize the art work of Picasso, Rembrandt, Courbet and others by playing inside their paintings!
Kids enter SpongeBob's world to play 100 fast-paced minigames and use the uDraw GameTablet in fun and interesting ways.
A series of sophisticated art lessons provided to you on your Nintendo DS.
A unique art creation app about making faces using collage materials.
This comprehensive art app is a great way for budding artists to express themselves.