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Explore Prince Edward Island with Anne of Green Gables! Draw and describe this enchanting Canadian island in an accordio
Investigate the use of herbs by Native Americans while creating an herb pouch, and collect local wild herb specimens.
Do your students love to solve mysteries and break codes? Thousands of years ago people in North America and all around
What happens when you mix up your paint colors?
Walks in nature provide opportunities to use all five senses to investigate the changing seasons. Crayola® Washable Mark
How do animals blend in with their surroundings? Their coats and feathers help them survive. Use your imagination to imi
How did you remember that? Students create original color memory games to assist with developing fine motor skills and v
Play a two-person number guessing game that exercises understanding of base 10 math notation and place value. Crayola Dr
Using research data to recreate a bird or invent a new species using Crayola Model Magic and Washable Markers after read
Dragon Boat Festival teams must row together to move their elaborate boat at top speed. This traditional Chinese competi
Students use the changing of Autumn to engage their knowledge of color.
What's swimming in front of your eyes? Are those swaying anemones plants or animals? Fill an imaginary aquarium with und
How did people grow their food long ago? Discover how much (or how little) farming has changed with a realistic diorama.
What if there really was a turtle with a garden growing on his back? And if a turtle can grow a garden, what about anoth
Get more out of your favorite color! Create 9 shades of your favorite hue in this value scale exercise.
Create an aquatic scene on glass waving through the sea life with alliteration.
What came first, the chicken or the egg? Students watch chicks emerge from their shells and make models of them. This am
Personalize the plight of an endangered animal with a powerful portrait.
Grammar rules are a lot more fun to learn when bright colors, map-making, and cooperative games are part of the learning
Students use their knowledge of geometry to skate the Polar Regions with the Arctic animals!
Students show what they know about how seasons affect our lives and what we do, see, and wear. Use Crayola® Washable Pa
Create a notebook with nutritional information about fruits and veggies. Stay healthy, fit, and informed about food choi
Why do some buildings look different than others?
This lesson delivers all the beautiful bright creaminess of paint with none of the mess! Students learn about arctic art