Everything you need to unleash kids' imaginations
Ancient Egyptians made their own paper—and you can, too! Then write a message in hieroglyphics or create a treasure map
El Dia de Los Reyes marks when the three kings arrived at the holy manger in Bethlehem. Sing all through the holidays, e
Pop-up cards bring stories and poetry to life! Even elephants jump out of these cards.
Emergency workers are brave and dedicated. Create a tribute statue to these daily heroes and heroines.
Learn the alphabet-or decorate fancy letters-with this vanishing act! Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils lend a new spin
Why erase your name? So you can decorate it! Make swirly letters, block letters, script-you choose.
Yippee! There’s gold in the hills somewhere! Make a pretend map so you can find the treasures.
Our eggs go over easy with families who like quick holiday crafts. These 3-D decorations are so beautiful you'll have t
What can you do with all those amazing Crayola Neon Color Explosion designs? Cut strips, fold and tuck to make a Fabulou
The sun shines every day with this folk art sun face reproduction. Energize this solar-powered project that celebrates s
Need a great gift for family or friends? Show off your new school photos in a hand-decorated frame.
Magic is in the air! Dance with the fairies! Share their tales! But don't speak their names. These imaginary creatures i
Spring into fall! Paint pretty fall leaves. Use no-mess Color Wonder™ Fingerpaints to mix the colors of autumn’s changin
Invite a new face to your fall festivities! Create a Fall Fun Scarecrow using 1 cardboard tube, 2 craft sticks, 3 paper
Kids dress up the table and have food for thought with these beautiful harvest centerpieces. When the weather turns chil
Display your heritage! Make your own badges to celebrate your family's coat of arms.
Where’s your favorite cozy spot on a winter evening? Maybe in front of a fireplace with your pets?
Quick! These first-aid kits are easy to decorate and put together. Make several and keep them handy at home and in your
Do you like to fish? Make a 3-D triarama of your favorite fishing spot.
Combine three important family activities--dinner time, reading, and craft time--to create a fun diorama of your family’
This is a great way for generations to get to know each other, and learn some new, or traditional, games.
What better way to explore their family relationships than to draw family portraits?
Children grow up so fast! Start an annual Family Portrait Portfolio today and enjoy it for many years to come. It’s neve
Who's who? And how are we related? These brightly colored nametags help cousins and other kin figure out family connecti