May school holidays are upon us! It is a perfect time for a gallery visit or plenty of other fun activities for you and your family1 of 12 Janet LedgerPlay Street 1976Lithograph on paperimage: 286 x 406 mmPresented by Curwen Studio 1978 Janet LedgerView the main page for this artworkPeter BlakeThe Toy Shop 1962Mixed media, glass and painted wooddisplayed: 1568 x 1940 x 340 mmPurchased 1970 Peter Blake 2002. All rights reserved, DACSView the main page for this artworkRachel WhitereadStorytime 2008Lithograph on paperimage: 225 x 300 mmPurchased with assistance from Anne Best 2008 Rachel WhitereadView the main page for this artworkExplore the beach at St Ives with our Beach Art Explorers workshops Richard HamiltonVignette 1969Dye-transfer paper mounted on boardimage: 593 x 494 mmPresented by Klaus Anschel in memory of his wife Gerty 2008 The estate of Richard HamiltonView the main page for this artworkFrederick WalkerRefreshment exhibited 1864Gouache on papersupport: 248 x 308 mmPresented by Alfred A. de Pass 1910View the main page for this artworkJames BoswellThe Family 1939Lithograph on paperimage: 187 x 191 mmPresented by Ruth Boswell, the artist's widow 2000 The estate of James BoswellView the main page for this artworkPaul GrahamTelevision Portrait (Danny, Bristol) 1991Photograph on papersupport: 1090 x 890 mmPurchased 1994 Paul GrahamView the main page for this artworkHilda FearonThe Tea Party 1916Oil on canvassupport: 546 x 660 mm frame: 684 x 802 x 80 mmPresented by Algernon Talmage 1936View the main page for this artworkSir John LaveryThe Chess Players 1929Oil on canvasframe: 1490 x 2170 x 110 mm support: 1245 x 1918 mmPresented by the Trustees of the Chantrey Bequest 1930View the main page for this artworkJohn Robertson ReidA Country Cricket Match 1878Oil on canvassupport: 1067 x 1816 mm frame: 1510 x 2275 x 150 mmPresented by Sir Henry Tate 1894View the main page for this artworkMake It: Hand-made digital: Play with simple circuits and sewing to craft hand-made e-textile objects, inspired the exhibition British Folk Art Robert Braithwaite MartineauKit's Writing Lesson 1852Oil on canvassupport: 521 x 705 mm frame: 736 x 910 x 88 mmPresented by Mrs Phyllis Tillyard 1955View the main page for this artworkHablot Knight Browne (`Phiz')Two Children Drawing date not knownChalk on papersupport: 109 x 125 mmPurchased as part of the Opp Collection with assistance from the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund 1996View the main page for this artworkFrom exploring toy shops and hosting tea parties to watching cricket matches, get inspired by Tate’s collection. Still not sure what to do? Choose from a variety of free imaginative and creative family events across all Tate sites.