Making adding money fun with a coin rubbing card game.
Children observe seasonal changes to detect how plants and animals are affected.
Discover animal habitats under sidewalks, tree roots, at the beach, or near ponds. Fascinating creatures can be found al
Explore the traditional Maori culture of New Zealand. Then create a bird kite that really flies.
Gild torn-paper edges and make golden leaf imprints on this decorative frame. Display original poetry, photos, or other
Research trends and factors affecting how and where people live, then design a fantasy future home.
Create a mask for a classroom masquerade! Have your students pick their favorite animals and display their knowledge of
Explore addition and subtraction while creating a garden! Add or subtract petals to balance each side of your garden.
Take action! Create a book of facts to identify endangered animals, threats to their survival, and ways people can help.
Students identify favorites in this exciting activity!
Create an original classroom book! Each student will create his own page in this fantastic display of language arts and
Investigate the use of herbs by Native Americans while creating an herb pouch, and collect local wild herb specimens.
Personalize the plight of an endangered animal with a powerful portrait.
How are the seasons one of nature’s most important cycles? Design the cycle of seasons as a circular calendar using Dry-
A famous section of Beijing, the capital of China, is surrounded by a moat. Imagine being in The Forbidden City, where a
Walks in nature provide opportunities to use all five senses to investigate the changing seasons. Crayola® Washable Mark
Paper-bag puppets hold original poetry about pirates, pets, or any preferred topic. Young writers put the puppet's arms
Create a symmetrical design. Use vibrant colors for a stunning kaleidoscope effect!
Explore Prince Edward Island with Anne of Green Gables! Draw and describe this enchanting Canadian island in an accordio
How did people grow their food long ago? Discover how much (or how little) farming has changed with a realistic diorama.
Respond to literature by creating soft sculpture portraits depicting strong emotions.
A comparison of two world cities leads to a pictorial and written report.
What came first, the chicken or the egg? Students watch chicks emerge from their shells and make models of them. This am
Collect, organize, and graph data after a visit to a fire station.