Oh Canada! Study the mighty maple and create a spatter painting with Crayola® Washable Paint and an old toothbrush.
Get to know classmates by interviewing each other. Connect with new friends and stand them up in colorfully creative cat
Jump into Japan's geography with a 3-D topographic map! Students will proudly display these models of Japan's mountainou
Review and write letters of the alphabet illustrating them with dry erase crayons to create a comfort and familiarity wi
Beetles and bugs are awesome! Take a close look at crawling creatures and draw one that's larger than life.
Who explored where? When? Represent travel since ancient times by mapping explorers' routes around the globe.
Encourage problem solving skills using the rite of passage described in the picture book “Owen” by Kevin Henkes. Student
How do people communicate when the landscape is as barren and forbidding as Arctic tundra? Make a stone message board In
Math and social studies teachers team up their students to explore the mathematical four color theorem and apply it to m
What do all inventors have? Creativity! Form a team to design an invention that could change the world.
Promote reading while comparing and contrasting favorite books.
Challenge your mapping skills! Interpret a map by plotting a trip. Have a classmate try to figure out your destination!
Which creatures live on the ocean floor? In which zone? Depict life in either the sunlight, twilight, or midnight zone—a
Fascinated with animal feathers, scales, and shells that seem to change color when they move? Create your own naturally
Styles go in and out of fashion. Take a closer look at another time period and recreate a once-fashionable look in eyewe
Grab your gills and fluff your fins to make art based on science! Research a fish, gather photos, and model a fun, reali
Celebrate Mardi Gras in style. Eat a doughnut and make a flag! Crayola® Fabric Markers produce vibrant colors and are ea
Do strangers sometimes recognize you simply because you look like your brother, mother, or cousin? Words belong to famil
Students learn about the beautiful cultural art of Henna, or Mehndi, and get the opportunity to color on themselves!
What’s happening above your head? You can’t see the Earth’s atmosphere, but its layers are waiting for you to explore!
This design project requires students to use a simple nine square grid to create like images in groups of twos or threes
Music and art merge with this "paint the music" lesson introducing students to the work of Kandinsky, the father of abst
Explore addition and subtraction while creating a garden! Add or subtract petals to balance each side of your garden.
The animal sound effects from “Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People’s Ears: A West African Tale” by Verna Aardema really resona
Students draw characters from a book without seeing any illustrations.
Laughter erupts as students learn the differences between literal and figurative language by illustrating common idioms.
Explore warm and cool colors and glue drawing in these breathtaking leaf watercolor paintings.
Explore how Lane Smith’s illustrations contribute to the mood created by the words of Jon Scieszka in their book, The Ma
Visit the Ivory Coast of West Africa! Join the Senufo people to create a dramatic, less messy version of traditional mud
Serve up a helping of math! Use plastic plates and Crayola Dry-Erase Crayons to practice math facts with your students.
Research a coastal community, profiling physical, cultural, and other characteristics.
Storytelling meets visual arts in the style of Jacob Lawrence, African American artist and storyteller.
Can a simple strip of hand colored paper and two paper clips get students excited about math? Introduce topology with th
Draw and write about stormy settings, incorporating details about weather safety and how storms occur.
Interview relatives about your family history. Write and illustrate the story of your family's past on a scroll you can
Recreate the beauty of precious jade in a flower blossom! Sculpt a lotus, the symbol of an open mind in many Asian cultu
Create a miniature model of an expressive sculpture to symbolize your vision of a world event.
The art of Japanese painter Sakai Hoitsu inspires original decorative paintings of flowers and plants.
Tell bigger-than-life raven stories from the Tlingit, Salish, and Haida nations. Build a miniature theatre to set the st
After listening to the story McElligot's Pool by Dr. Seuss which illustrates how the Earth's water systems are connected
Celebrate Hina Matsuri Day along with Japanese girls on March 3. This elaborate, traditional doll display will captivate
How much does a container hold? Remember relative liquid measures with this capacity chart.
Lilies symbolize hope and the miracle of new life. Celebrate the arrival of spring, or learn about Easter traditions, wi
Recognize the accomplishments of friends, family members, or people in your community.
What do you know about other students in your club, camp, or class? Clues are hiding in these cool cups!
Take a familiar idea and Jazz It Up to discover new ones. Using Jazz as inspiration, students explore the creative power
Oil pastels can be used to create self-portraits with painterly effects.
Temporary henna tattoos or Mehndi has been a part of celebrations in India for centuries. Learn about this decorative bo