How well do we know our shapes?
What’s a cinquain? Find out as you use the intense colors of Crayola® Model Magic to accent the number of syllables in e
Take an extraordinary look at ordinary objects, using oil pastels to experiment with color and value in the style of Pop
What does your shape look like?
Play Concentration with a twist--match halves of proverbs or pictures from Japanese folk tales, for example. Create clam
Could you travel 75,000 miles in 30 years? Moroccan traveler Ibn Battuta did—by foot, horse, camel, or boat—in the 1300s
Why are signs important?
Keep up with the time! This erasable clock face is perfect for practice!
Recycle plastic containers into an Art Nouveau sandcastle that gleams in the light. Encourage your students to build mas
Japanese shoji screens are decorative as well as functional. Create a miniature shoji screen with symbols of this unique
Compare modern culture with African tribal cultures by researching how individual and group identity are expressed throu
Use yarn as a painting tool to explore math concepts! Create one-of-a-kind designs with Crayola Pearl It! Mixing Medium.
Have fun with sponges and paint! Students create a beautiful collage of fun shapes.
Do snakes frighten you? Discover more about the life of a king cobra. For what is it really hunting?
Classmates design 3-panel story sequence scenes about the same story, then compare designs.
What do you see at the zoo?
Students create and share valuable pictures with coin rubbings.
Students rocket into space while creating a compelling dimensional picture of the planet Saturn and its fascinating ring
Find colorful place names around the world! Draw vivid maps, plan trips, and write travel logs about imaginary journeys
Make change in your community! Create a symbolic coin that showcases your pledge to make your town a better place to liv
Why did Egyptians live in sun-dried brick homes? Step back in time to make this replica of a dwelling that was energy-ef
Draw the states of matter: solid, liquid and gas. Use Crayola® Dry-Erase Crayons to create an original drawing of water
Build your own kaleidoscope to experiment with visual perception.
Children's author Virginia Hamilton is the inspiration for drawing and writing original stories.
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