Our projects are designed to be fun, inclusive, expansive and encourage out of the box thinking. Created by teachers and professional creatives, ootiboo projects help kids and grown-ups find and embrace their inner creativity.
Read more about our different types of projects:
Our school collection includes classroom based projects, big events, competitions and After School Club (ASC) activities. We provide comprehensive resources to download via the Teachers area and the ootiboo team deliver workshops for selected projects.
Some projects have a set timeframe while others are open ended. After School Club (ASC) activities are designed to run for 5-6 weeks. Teachers can always adjust how they deliver projects in order to fit their needs.
Our at home collection includes fun craft activities and big creative competitions. All home activities are open to any age and our competitions often have prizes for both kids and grown-ups.
There are two types of stickers. The yellow NC sticker shows that a project supports National Curriculum links; you'll be able to find out how on the project page itself.
The smiley face sticker indicates when a project validated for the Children's University credit program.
This annual star-studded advent calendar is designed to support mental health in the run-up to Christmas with help from some of the UK's favourite celebrities.
Little Experts: Why Money Matters
We have begun work on our first Little Experts project, Why Money Matters, with the fabulous Deborah Meaden.
Tales from the Forest
Get ready to bring Winnie-the-Pooh and his friends into the classroom!
Ice Cream: Svalbard
In collaboration with environmentalist and cinematographer Jannicke Mikkelsen, Ice Cream: Svalbard is our first eco-themed project.
Create a fun leaf animal from leaves in your garden or local park. A simple small project that you can do at home.
Have fun making a rocket and watch it fly! A craft activity at home or school, by your own or with friends.
Ice Cube Painting
No paint? No worries! Have fun painting with ice cubes instead! A fun activity to experiment with at home.
Magic Crayon Painting
Draw an invisible picture and then magically reveal it with paints! A simple small project that you can do at home.
Join Mr. Men Little Miss to explore emotions and wellbeing through art and creativity with their Discover You book series.