Who goes with “did not”? “Didn’t”, of course! Match contractions drawn onto team t-shirts. Crayola Dry-Erase Crayons mak
Corn (maize) was a staple in the Aztec culture. Show the Aztec’s sophisticated corn-growing techniques in a realistic di
Add "bling" to any science project, such as this insect drawing, with new technology!
Celebrate nature with a bookmark! Collect fallen leaves to create a unique way to mark a page.
Cook up some fun by converting common recipe measurements, like tablespoons and cups. Record the conversions on a colorf
Dig deep into an ancient Mexican culture! Recreate colors reminiscent of traditional turquoise and coral found on these
Choose your partner and do-si-do! Use Crayola® Sidewalk Paint to create a squared set to help you learn basic square dan
Did the groundhog see his shadow? Create a groundhog nameplate with Crayola® Color Sticks and make a prediction.
Reinforce understanding of ordered pairs. Students will plot a shape and create a vibrant design.
Discover the world of instruments and the mathematics of music. Design labeled posters of various instruments.
Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes! What animals change more than tadpoles? Show the life stages of frogs in this hopping biology proje
Imagine what it is like to be a pet. What might animals tell us if they could share their feelings?
Songs, rhymes, and repetition help children keep engaged and make learning fun!
Create inspirational star banners to motivate creative poetry, invention, and songwriting like that of others inspired b
Kites are fascinating. From a simple celebration of spring to a springboard into topics such as aerodynamics, weather, o
Get to know characters of Raven legends from Pacific Northwest America’s native nations. Create puppets with a theatre t
Children are fascinated by animals. This activity provides them the opportunity to create original faces to play with!
Explore and display textures of tree bark in a patterned arrangement of positive and negative space.
Travel through time and test your knowledge of history while having fun outdoors! Use Crayola 3-D Sidewalk Chalk to draw
Looking for truly imaginative poems? Read Shel Silverstein! Write creative verses and display them on a beam of light.
Students create wearable facts to present information about the decade they were born in.
Looking for a pizzazzy book report format? Try bas-relief sculpture to add a new dimension to your next presentation!
Compare seasons with a changeable folded-paper triarama.
How are sounds made? How is sound volume measured? Explore decibels and levels of loudness.