In just a few quick steps, customize your own box of Crayola Crayons, create an Art Case, or draw your own Stuffed Animal. It's easy and fun!
Read and respond to the poetry of Langston Hughes then write original poems using Crayola® Gel Markers.
Simulate the Underground Railroad and design dream homes for fictional former slaves.
Children explore ways to turn "enemies" into friends while making these hand decorated invitations to friendship.
Students explore the works of Frida Kahlo’s self-portraits and the rain forest animals in her paintings.
Imagine if dragons could fly! Children spread their creative wings as they design friendly paper dragons and write about
Students create idea webs about their classmates. Figure out who webbed whom!
What does it mean to be a good friend? Classroom friendships blossom with this heart puzzle.
Focus on friendship by writing and singing songs, talking about friendship skills, and creating textured art images abou
What is that hopping creature? Learn about these two fascinating amphibians while comparing and contrasting their attrib
Jump into geography and geology by making a book that illustrates natural landforms! Where does the fault lie?
Discover the lives of dedicated, distinctive women such as Jane Goodall.
Several U.S. presidents were born in or lived in log homes, including Abraham Lincoln. Make a replica of one or their ho
Students research the planets in our solar system. Colorful Crayola Model Magic® creates an out-of-this-world 3-D scienc
Wait! Don’t throw that bottle cap away! In this lesson you will re-purpose objects thought of as trash to make an amaz
Explore Thanksgiving and harvest traditions then create painted paper mosaic cornucopias.
Hurray for horsepower! Make a timeline to show how coal, oil, animals, and many other energy sources enable people and v
Have you come across a word that seems too advanced for your class but you really want to challenge them? This is the le
Students create their own set of fraction equivalents with liquid measurements and can refer back to this for many math
"The Maestro Plays" by Susan Karnovsky and Vladimir Radunsky is the inspiration for students to create their own picture
Travel to the Galapagos for a wet and wild artistic excursion. Make 3-D art as unique as the wildlife waiting to be disc
Research and create posters about Galileo’s discoveries in science and physics.
Use scale as you plan a realistic fantasy garden of all of your favorite fruits and vegetables.
Use art to learn about the Civil Rights Era and the Gee's Bend Community.
Visualize a journey that incorporates no technology other than one’s own feet. Students re-imagine the passage of North