Activity Sheets

We’ve pulled together a collection of our favourite activity sheets for you to enjoy at home.


Simply print off at home and complete.  The worksheets are in colour (A4 size) but work equally as well in black and white. If you don’t have a printer simply do the activities on whatever paper you have to hand.

Don’t forget to share your drawings, puppets and other activities with us @edgeartsbath #ShareYourEdge

Unintended Consequences

Back in 2018, we hosted two film installations by two artists whose work reflects the complex, entangled nature of the present moment. Maeve Brennan’s LISTENING IN THE DARK  examines human beings’ impact on the natural environment. Its focus is a creature that has often fallen beneath our radar: the bat. Imran Perretta’s film 15 DAYS examines the movement of people looking for a new home. We have two fun activity sheets to do at home.

Activity sheet
All About Bats

Activity sheet
Travel and Imagined Places

Visit the exhibition webpage

The Theatre of Robert Anton

Photograph © Anna Barclay


In the summer of 2019, we displayed the extraordinary figures of Robert Anton, a little-known artist of 70’s New York, whose theatre spellbound and mesmerised his audiences. It was the first time this incredible collection was seen in England. His plays fascinated audiences in the US and Europe alike, yet his theatre remained one of the city’s best-kept secrets. He only allowed 18 people to see his plays and he vehemently refused any documentation of the performances. He called his figurines ‘actors’, meticulously sculpted heads, no larger than a thumb.

Activity sheet
Puppetry storytelling 

Activity sheet
Make a finger puppet

Visit the exhibition webpage

Visions of Science


Get the whole family excited about art and science. In celebration of our biannual art prize, we’ve put together fun activities to explore creativity and discovery at home and outdoors. Visions of Science merges art and science, both of which are fuelled by our curiosity as humans to understand the world and share our perspectives.

Involve the whole family in putting on your own window exhibition and attract nature to your garden with bee bombs. 

Indoor Activities
Outdoor Activities

Other creative resources we love –


Tate Kids
Play free art games and fun quizzes, find art activities, watch videos, read about artists and share your art. One of the best art websites for kids.

Access Art
A fantastic resource, Access Art is a registered UK charity which relies solely on income from small membership fees. However, it has loads of exciting videos and activities available for free. There are drawing exercises, puppet making and lots of videos for older children interested in animation. They’ve created a page just for parents who are currently homeschooling.

An arts centre based in Colchester who have collaborated with some of the biggest names in art so you can get creative at home. Download your copy here.

Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art
Based in Newcastle Upon Tyne, Baltic has uploaded videos and worksheets to its website. There’s even a live webcam for you to check out the flock of Kittiwakes that live on the building. Look out for a cat in Mat’s video!

Kettle’s Yard
Short, easy and simple How-to videos from Cambridge based gallery and house. You can also explore their collection online.

Enjoy storytelling and craft activities...



Fun and friendly activities designed to help you spend precious time together creating, learning and being inspired.