What do bugs, fish, frogs, and fruit all have in common? Bats eat them! Create a 3-D science project that shows bats’ ea
Mae Jemison made history on the Endeavour spaceship—an apt name for her many accomplishments. What must you endeavor to
Did you ever find a footprint in mud and wonder what animal made it? If left untouched for thousands of years, it would
Show that you know butterfly anatomy—and line symmetry! Sculpt a clay butterfly that is fragile, beautiful, and realisti
Simulate the Underground Railroad and design dream homes for fictional former slaves.
Imagine if dragons could fly! Children spread their creative wings as they design friendly paper dragons and write about
Create idea webs about your classmates. Figure out who webbed whom!
What does it mean to be a good friend? Classroom friendships blossom with this heart puzzle.
Focus on friendship by writing and singing songs, talking about friendship skills, and creating textured art images abou
Several U.S. presidents were born in or lived in log homes, including Abraham Lincoln. Make a replica of one or their ho
Explore Thanksgiving and harvest traditions then create painted paper mosaic cornucopias.
Hurray for horsepower! Make a timeline to show how coal, oil, animals, and many other energy sources enable people and v
Create equations using picture symbols like fruit, bugs, flowers and shapes. Crayola® Dry Erase Crayons inspire young ma
Research and create posters about Galileo’s discoveries in science and physics.
Create a 12-sided, 3D globe to display research information about life on one of earth's continents.
Explore German history from the Middle Ages to modern times. Study German castles, such as Neuschwanstein Castle, then d
The timing of the migration of birds is controlled by the changes in the day’s length. Track a specific bird from its wi
Learning how to overcome obstacles helps students visualize goals and dreams.
Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address gets a modern makeover.
Cellular models transform the microscopic unseen into everyday reality. These cells represent plants or animals—not the
Build a festive Gingerbread House with Crayola® Model Magic®. Everyone can help decorate-without a kitchen!
Connect with your classmates while displaying pride in your diversity!
What are you thankful for? Find out how gratitude played a role in historic Thanksgiving celebrations. Make your own p
Create stationery and envelopes to coordinate with any writing project. Prepare thank-you notes, letters, or poetry with
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