In just a few quick steps, customize your own box of Crayola Crayons, create an Art Case, or draw your own Stuffed Animal. It's easy and fun!
Do wish you had a magic button to make larger addition and subtraction math facts easy? Use this strategy to turn addend
Explore symmetry by examining the human face.
Polka dots with stripes…peanut butter burritos…that’s just the beginning of “mismatches” for delightfully diverse Mariso
Research images and designs on paper money then print your own personalized paper money.
Combine geometric designs while honoring the entire universe! Discover how colors and shapes have meaning in traditional
Introduce quantitative synonyms in a silly way so that your students will visually remember these colorful comparisons!
“What if…” questions delight children. Watercolor resist paintings made with salt add sparkle to any literacy lesson.
Create a road map to retell a story. Where does the story begin? Where does it go in the middle? Where does it end? Team
Provide students with practicing their relative location skills as well as an opportunity to tell real or imaginary stor
Oh Canada! Study the mighty maple and create a spatter painting with Crayola® Washable Paint and an old toothbrush.
Jump into Japan's geography with a 3-D topographic map! Students will proudly display these models of Japan's mountainou
Who explored where? When? Represent travel since ancient times by mapping explorers' routes around the globe.
Math and social studies teachers team up their students to explore the mathematical four color theorem and apply it to m
Challenge your mapping skills! Interpret a map by plotting a trip. Have a classmate try to figure out your destination!
Celebrate Mardi Gras in style. Eat a doughnut and make a flag! Crayola® Fabric Markers produce vibrant colors and are ea
Create a time line with colorized copies of photos of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
In 2016, at the US Embassy in Beijing, China, a special sculpture will be installed. Invite students to create a mini ve
Students learn about the beautiful cultural art of Henna, or Mehndi, and get the opportunity to color on themselves!
This design project requires students to use a simple nine square grid to create like images in groups of twos or threes
Explore how Lane Smith’s illustrations contribute to the mood created by the words of Jon Scieszka in their book, The Ma
Serve up a helping of math! Use plastic plates and Crayola Dry-Erase Crayons to practice math facts with your students.
Can a simple strip of hand colored paper and two paper clips get students excited about math? Introduce topology with th
After listening to the story McElligot's Pool by Dr. Seuss which illustrates how the Earth's water systems are connected
How much does a container hold? Remember relative liquid measures with this capacity chart.