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Learn how to make paper snowflakes with Show Me (or should that be Snow Me?)
This cartoon first appeared in the magazine The Bystander in 1917. Who would have thought that raspberry jam would be...
If you thought art was just about drawing pictures or maybe looking at old paintings in a big gallery then think again - artists sometimes come up with the most incredible creations in unusual places.
Learn how to make your very own glove puppet with our step-by-step guide.
Make a festive Christmas card or decoration with this fun Make and Do from Show Me.
Learn how to make your own globe.
The Anglo-Saxons were great weavers - follow in their footsteps as we show you how to braid your very own friendship bracelet.
Having trouble telling one end of a paintbrush from the other? Don't fret, Show Me is on hand to help with this Art topic guide.
Show Me gets to know what Henry VIII was like as a boy at Hampton Court Palace.
Explore fabulous costumes with the V&A and Kylie Minogue
Short films by Culture Street showing KS2 animation workshops.
A mosaic is a picture or pattern, made up of lots of small tiles or tesserae.
This cartoon from The Bystander magazine pokes fun at some of the battle strategies used in the First World War, with...
Have you ever heard of marbled paper or 'marbling'? It's called that because it's a way of making a pattern on paper which looks a bit like a type of rock called marble.
This amazing cup looks like an ostrich. The bird's body is made from a nautilus shell. A
nautilus is a type of mollu...
Ever wondered how to make salt dough sculptures? Our handy guide tells you how and also reveals how famous sculptor Antony Gormley creates his amazing work.