What is a tsunami? Find out more by creating a picture based on the Japanese painting The Great Wave.
Add "bling" to any science project, such as this insect drawing, with new technology!
Students create an imaginary ice cream sundae using the images of Wayne Thiebaud as a guide along with recipes for ice c
Interview other generations to gather oral histories about Valentine traditions. Start a conversation with heart-stoppin
Beautiful poetry, art, and music are such wonderful ways to express your ideas and feelings. For brilliant Swirls and Sm
Who’s eating these flowers? Why do the leaves have holes? Find out which insects are feasting at The Leaf Café!
What happens when you combine an art technique called sgraffito with the beauty of spiral designs in nature? You get a c
Create one-of-a-kind layered fact books in amazing shapes. The tentacles on this octopus swivel, for example, so your re
Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes! What animals change more than tadpoles? Show the life stages of frogs in this hopping biology proje
Petroglyphs, or rock carvings, made by the Tainos still remain in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic and tell the st
Inspired by Susan Karnovsky's "Billy and the Magic String", students will create string illustrations and tell stories a
Tainos, indigenous to Caribbean Islands such as Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, were known as a peaceful people
Create an educational poster about the historical women of the U.S. space program called The Mercury 13.
Discover the value of social commentary as you turn a newspaper story into original artwork similar to Diego Rivera's po
Build self-confidence and develop leadership in young artists as they use a variety of Crayola media and techniques to c
View the landscape from a new perspective, using your imagination to creatively paint objects as they would appear from
Is a picture worth a thousand words? Use art to make a point with a political cartoon.
Invite students to get presidential with Crayola Model Magic® finger puppets! Then practice questioning skills with pres
Introduce young students to maps by having them create their own map with lines for roads printed with car wheels.
Could you travel 75,000 miles in 30 years? Moroccan traveler Ibn Battuta did—by foot, horse, camel, or boat—in the 1300s
Create a paper weaving in the style of the Ashanti people of West Africa. In this project artists learn the meanings of
Storytelling and mathematics merge when students discover that by arranging and rearranging a set of seven geometric til
Introduce students to tangram puzzles by creating designs with squares and triangles.
Children love to imagine what they may become. Imagine with them, as they visually explore possibilities after reading