For 2012, Tate Kids asked pupils at Rotherhithe Primary School, South East London to choose their favourite works from the Tate Kids Collection and share their thoughts. So, for the 24 days before Christmas, you can see their excellent choices and what they mean to them.
To get involved leave a comment in this post with a contact email (which we won’t publish – but make sure you ask permission from your adults) or tweet us @tate_kids.
And that’s not all. Each day, Tate Kids, Tate Publishing and Tate Shop will be giving you the chance to win a prize if you can answer our really (really) easy questions about the artworks. Also – don’t forget our Night Zookeeper competition, where you can win an iPad Mini.
“We love this heart-warming picture; its detail is so amazing and it has a lot of character. It is absolutely beautiful, the realism of it burns like a small fire of passion, hard work and love. It shows how much work the artist put into it with a golden tornado of paint and talent.”
Yousef and Johnnie, aged 10
The Turner Prize is named after Joseph Mallord Wiliam Turner
Leave your answer in the comments below. Good luck!