Why do countries celebrate their independence days with fireworks? Why do people hang national flags on patriotic holida
Students use their knowledge of fish to practice sorting.
Which instruments are played in a marching band? Concert band? Jazz band? Create and decorate detailed, life-size replic
What jobs could you do in your classroom? Submit your personalized applications in boxes that advertise the opportunitie
Travel to the Galapagos for a wet and wild artistic excursion. Make 3-D art as unique as the wildlife waiting to be disc
Ever wonder how a hot air balloon rises in the sky? Discover the facts and paint a beautiful balloon. Could it circle th
What are the rules for safe bike riding? Embed a safety message in this colorful helmet poster!
Wet-on-wet watercolor and crayon techniques help capture the motion of autumn's falling leaves.
Step back in time to create a modern version of Americana! Use your knowledge about types of lines, too.
Invite children to share some of their favorite foods. Follow-up with a discussion of how nutritious their choices are f
People around the world are working for peace. Create this universally recognized symbol of harmony as a reminder of wha
The science of leaves, leaf parts, and why leaves change colors leaves an impression on students as they create realisti
What would you do if you were a national leader? Invite students to imagine themselves as the head of a government.
Recurring patterns are found in nature in many different things. They are called fractals. Think of a snow flake, peaco
Draw a bird’s-eye view of neighborhood streets! Map the way from home to school.
Capture nature's spirit by creating a leaf-print picture frame. Gold Crayola® Premier™ Tempera creates a dazzling gift t
Did the groundhog see his shadow? Create a groundhog nameplate with Crayola® Color Sticks and make a prediction.
Have some fun with fractions! Create a cube to explore fractions with an option to develop an original game.
Start a school birthday tradition! Use Crayola® Washable Window Markers or Crayola Window Crayons to draw self-portraits
Get inspired by reading the book “Leaves” by David Ezra Stein. Watch your students bloom with confidence as they create
Creating a quilt block is a great way to combine math, history, literature and art into one fun project.
In the 1800’s the canal system changed the way freight was moved in our country. Learn more about how mules played an i
Bit by bit our trash pile grows; where it will end, nobody knows! Show you are smart; turn your trash into art.
What do you know about other students in your club, camp, or class? Clues are hiding in these cool cups!
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