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Only recently could Canadians establish their own laws. Learn more about the country’s history and the Constitution Act
Explore the sights of New York City by creating a storyboard and characters from a favorite book.
How can you tell an Asian elephant from an African elephant? Discover distinct differences, and similarities, between th
What's your favorite letter?
Read and respond to the fantasy literature, comparing and contrasting characters by building your own 3-dimensional mode
Catch the wind and see colors spin! Hang a wind spinner beside an open window or under a protected porch roof to catch t
Hurray for horsepower! Make a timeline to show how coal, oil, animals, and many other energy sources enable people and v
Repurpose scrap paper! Create a mosaic in the shape of a clock.
How can something so small be so spectacular? Explore the structure of carbon, the foundational element for all living t
Bugs are flyers and crawlers, diggers and wigglers! Discover the biology of arthropods and then show insects at their be
What’s happening above your head? You can’t see the Earth’s atmosphere, but its layers are waiting for you to explore!
What feels better than lending a hand to a good friend? Students share great ideas as they work with a partner to design
Explore abstract expressionism by studying the works of Wolf Kahn and create a unique landscape using Crayola® Oil Paste
Introduce Genre painting with the work of post-Expressionist George Bellows. Then create a dramatic original painting of
Using knowledge of simple machines, create an original machine that would make life easier. Use Crayola® Dry-Erase crayo
Eric Carle’s story, From Head to Toe, is brimming with his timeless textured collage animals performing a multitude of a
Build vocabulary by playing with a word and its synonyms. This fun chalk game can expand your knowledge, one word at a
Students explore where they came from! How does their family tree look?
Create a unique pocket for the adorable character Corduroy from Don Freeman’s picture book A Pocket for Corduroy.
Link the visual and language arts! After drawing memories in the style of folk artist Clementine Hunter, classmates tell
Research and create posters about Galileo’s discoveries in science and physics.
Mystery writers coordinate story elements to develop surprise endings with hidden illustrations.
Explore ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics! Invent a secret code and make an authentic-looking cartouche.