Which abstract artist inspires you? Create a unique design or a glowing replica of your favorite abstract art with Crayola® Glow Explosion™.
Create a reusable frame to display many masterpieces on your refrigerator with Crayola® Dry-Erase Crayons.
Explore the ancient artwork of Moroccan culture! Design a mosaic, called a zillij, full of brightly colored, recycled Mo...
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Presto-ism! A new twist on an old favorite- pointillism made even easier. Students explore the artwork of Georges Seurat...
Try this slick technique to create wild lines and reveal hidden colors! Explore the art of Albrecht Dürer and use lines ...
This lesson is a unique approach to looking at and appreciating well-known pieces of art work using Crayola® Dry-Erase p...
What do space aliens look like to Earthlings? What do our astronauts look like to Martians? This split-headed puppet is just the beginning of your space adventure!
Create your own space adventures. This recycled rocket takes you out of this world---fast!
Beam sounds or pictures through space with your own Space Crew Wristband. Communicate with your crew members, mission control, or aliens!
Space Station One calling Earth: Need more parts to finish the station! Over. Why not start your own magnetic, expandable space station?
Draw a colorful airport runway that pops into exciting 3-D when you wear 3-D glasses. Fold your best paper airplane designs and see which ones fly the longest distance!
Launch your imagination along with these awesome inventions. You can soar across the sky amid hundreds of hot-air balloons!
Think holograms are high-tech? Create the illusion of 3-D depth with Crayola® Gel Markers on Plexiglas. It’s amazing!
Children make colorful see-saws and creatures to ride on them in this engaging activity that encourages scientific obser...
Blast off with an intergalactic glow using a space ship cut-out and Crayola® Colored Art Chalk.
What was the family entertainment center in the early 1900s? A radio! Trace the growth of this fascinating invention and...
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