Corn (maize) was a staple in the Aztec culture. Show the Aztec’s sophisticated corn-growing techniques in a realistic di
Want to review spelling words, math facts, or science vocabulary? This ring-toss game adapts to almost any curriculum ar
Native people living on the Great Plains depended on buffalo for survival. Discover many uses for their hides—and other
Create an Alligator Alley art gallery to display paintings and information about alligators and how humans impact their
A new twist on an old favorite- 3-D pointillism! Students explore the artwork of Georges Seurat and create a masterpiece
“Artists are Masters of Illusion” In this art project a series of simple images, with simple variations, are sequenced
Dig deep into an ancient Mexican culture! Recreate colors reminiscent of traditional turquoise and coral found on these
How can people work together to reduce hunger in your community? Identify local services and lend a hand to help erase h
Create a beautiful West African Adinkra Cloth and learn about the culture of the Ashanti people. Get bold results with C
Explore proportion and geometry! Create a vibrant watercolor of your bedroom.
Teachers are like gardeners, tending their students. Here’s a fun way for students to get to know their classmates at th
Why do countries celebrate their independence days with fireworks? Why do people hang national flags on patriotic holida
Study homes and habitats from the past then move into the future to construct innovative new living spaces.
What a charming way to write a book report! Each illustrated bracelet charm captures a character, an event in the plot,
Why are so many people hungry? Ample supplies of food are available to feed everyone. What are your solutions to erase h
Who explored where? When? Represent travel since ancient times by mapping explorers' routes around the globe.
Students report on their favorite animals then create eye-catching zoo programs with hand-made stencils and paint roller
Soft color wash fruits adorn notes of thanks to those who help support healthy eating habits.
Students can create anything 2-dimensional on a Crayola® Dry-Erase Board. Take a digital image and upload to a class dro
Have fun with concentric circles and mixed media! Create an abstract piece of art.
How did people grow their food long ago? Discover how much (or how little) farming has changed with a realistic diorama.
Make a scratch-out picture with paint over crayon to show some signs of the season.
Colors! Shapes! Patterns! All these components of art can tell the story of who we are. Using Crayola® Premier™ Tempera
Create a festive fall decoration with 3-D paper sculptures of seasonal fruits and vegetables. Fill your horn of plenty w