What symbols or logos would you use to represent the three branches of the U.S. government? Students mark important pass
Can one person make a difference? Find out how Thurgood Marshall's legal career in Civil Rights shaped the lives of peop
Relish William Blake's immortal poem "The Tiger!" Students select a favorite tiger species to illustrate in realistic de
Tick, tock, it’s time to help students learn to read analog clocks with this quick, dry erase activity.
Free to play? Or busy with homework? Hang these colorful signs on your door so you can concentrate!
Celebrate the Ch'ing Ming Festival, or any festive holiday, with these Tiny Chinese Kites!
Turtles are found in almost every part of the world. Students investigate what we can learn from these fascinating creat
Design and build a totem sculpture using animals that represent family and heritage using Crayola® Color Explosion!
Celebrating? First day of school? Performance jitters? Disappointed? Whatever the feeling, students begin to chill out w
What do you get when you combine Crayola® Dry-Erase Crayons and a plastic box fun? Turn a sturdy plastic box frame into
Students create an intricate stained glass pattern. On tracing paper, translucent marker colors seem to glow in sunlight
Discover Canada’s rushing rivers, majestic mountains, and rolling prairies. Admire the scenery from the vantage point of
Plan an imaginary trip anywhere in the world; then draw and paint groups in the clothes of the culture.
How will you go places in the future? Use your imagination to think of new possibilities!
Who can grasp solid geometry? Make 3-dimensional shapes to manipulate into polyhedra using Color Explosion™ paper.
Capture amazing rain forest birds with a scratch-out crayon technique.
Camouflage your favorite rainforest animals!
How do juicy oranges arrive at a grocery store in winter? Cargo trucks are on the road year-round. Create your own busin
Invent imaginative Turkey Tales in a round-robin storytelling circle.
Discover how the past affects the future—with a triarama that shows a country’s history, people, and traditions.
These triangles twist and turn! How many different triangles can you suspend on a mobile?
Weave a decorative placemat to demonstrate the Kwanzaa principle of "umoja," or unity, among people. Celebrate this mode
Eloise Greenfield is the inspiration for illustrated poems about things you love!
Kids want to be writers. But no one wants to be an “okay” writer. Teachers want all of their students to be the best wri