What pets are feed, walked, or groomed? Izak, who lives in Lapland, takes care of a reindeer! Match animals with owners
Explore nature and art through Eric Carle’s book about a busy spider.
Students go wild filling Beasty Books and their brains with fun facts and figures about their favorite creatures.
Keep track of the season, month, day, and date with this colorful, changeable calendar.
Bring nature's designs indoors with these golden leaf-printed bookmarks. For gifts, make matching picture frames, gift w
If you could have an animal body, what creature would you be? Why? Invite students to draw their dream animal and then s
Capture animals in abstract drawings, finding the geometric shapes that make up animal faces and bodies.
Capture the exhilaration and the exhaustion of exercise in a watercolor resist.
Imagination and problem-solving go to work as children check out real bugs and create their own.
How do pets or wildlife care for their young? Discover how young animals change as they grow!
Discover animal habitats under sidewalks, tree roots, at the beach, or near ponds. Fascinating creatures can be found al
Vivaldi inspires paintings incorporating symbols of the seasons.
Each year, the Australia Post issues special holiday stamps so Australians can mail greeting cards at a reduced rate. De
Get inspired by reading the book “Leaves” by David Ezra Stein. Watch your students bloom with confidence as they create
Students show what they know about how seasons affect our lives and what we do, see, and wear. Use Crayola® Washable Pa
What changes along with the seasons? Plants? Animal coats? What you wear? The weather? Sports? Students create a 3-D cub
Sparkling snowflakes, raindrops, flowers, or crispy leaves let everyone know that the seasons are changing. What season
Students can create anything 2-dimensional on a Crayola® Dry-Erase Board. Take a digital image and upload to a class dro
Explore growth cycles through the seasons then create original chalk drawings of pumpkins ready for harvest.
Catch the wind and see colors spin! Hang a wind spinner beside an open window or under a protected porch roof to catch t
Observing leaves inspires scientists and poets alike. Combine the two by making falling leaf marks and writing poetry.
Imagine a peacock strutting about with its multicolored plumage. This handprint peacock train is as glorious as it is ea
Folklore meets science when researching rain stories, create a mobile demonstrating the stages of the water cycle, and w
Poetry, stories, warm colors and wet-on-wet watercolors for fall.