Create a “Mondrian-like” world by simply using squares, rectangles and primary colors!
Here’s a different way to illustrate after a class trip to the zoo or unit on animals. Children draw themselves from beh
Yo ho-ho and a shiver me be, a pirate’s map that's clear to see? Not if you hide the directions to the treasure under Cr
Young bankers and storekeepers practice counting money and making change. They keep their money in this recycled-box ban
No lights, no television, no computers.... What did families do without electricity? What would you do if the power sudd
Pirates, puppets and poetry? Capitalize on the popularity of pirates to introduce a less familiar form of literature, po
To illustrate how to make the world a better place, students make brightly decorated oval shapes like the “rockfish” pic
Looking for a colorful way to practice place value concepts? This hands-on learning activity is sure to leave its mark o
Quick! Pack your yurt in a camel-drawn cart! Join nomadic shepherds in Mongolia as you roam central Asia’s steppes to fi
How did jack-o'-lanterns become Halloween symbols? Use Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils to "carve out" a contemporary v
Focus on the architecture of performing arts facilities to create a replica of a theater.
Students create art in the Op Art style using measurement.
Explore positive and negative space using monoprint and collage techniques to create an imaginary lunar landscape.
Design an optical illusion! Discover a scientific principle called the Moiré Effect. Trick your eyes and brain with line
Shapes go up in space when creating a solar system of squares, circles, triangles, and more.
Inspired by The Monster Who Came to School, students create their own fabulous monsters.
Add original textures and color to origami! Make crayon rubbings and then fold the paper for one-of-a-kind crafts.
Plant the seeds of change in the community! Students create symbolic planting pots and complete an activity to demonstra
Create a portrait representing Ramadan with the phases of the moon.
Swing high! Slide fast! Head for the seesaw with a friend. Learn how playground equipment works, then create a colorful
Students create 3-D art portrait pieces inspired by Robert Munsch’s book Aaron’s Hair.
Recognize the importance of the jobs people do in your community. Create signs for a lesson on community workers using C
Playgrounds are fun, but how exciting and engaging would they be if designed by kids? This lesson challenges students t
Shapes may be seen everywhere in nature. Studying the appearance of the moon throughout the month highlights some regula
Can you identify a state or country from its outline? Are you able to fit the states or provinces of your country togeth
Children have fun playing detective with cards made by classmates to reinforce the mathematical concept of “sets”.
Learn about Henry Moore's way of seeing shapes as you create your own simple, flowing sculpture.
Use Crayola® Gel Markers to add a colorful diagram to a report on the natural cycles of the solar system.
Imagine circus feats on other planets. Research gravitational, surface, and atmospheric conditions.
Discover how artists use everyday objects in creative ways! Transform an old memento into a dazzling picture frame and u
Decorate a box that describes a favorite book. Sculpt a character to jump right out of the story!
Explore the ancient Greek art form of mosaics.
Get students into graphing with this colorful method! They'll want to track many additional activities when they see how
Students show what they know about how seasons affect our lives and what we do, see, and wear. Use Crayola® Washable Pa
Onion domes, golden spires, and vivid colors! Find architectural gems in abundance in Moscow and other Russian cities.
What is almost as comforting as a hug? Why a mug of tea, of course! Create this lovely teapot, add an acrostic and a tea
Historic America is explored when a family takes to market and sells goods they made and grew during the year. With the
What if there really was a turtle with a garden growing on his back? And if a turtle can grow a garden, what about anoth
Paint first, and then write poetry! Express original ideas with picturesque words and appealing textures!
Transportation was transformed with the invention of the steamboat. Imaginations head up (or down) the Mississippi with
Combine symbols and words to tell a story much like Betye and Alison Saar do in their art. Continue an ancient Asian and
Students connect poems with feelings as they use color to reflect the mood of a favorite poem.
Painting is a great way to communicate how you feel. Express yourself with colors and free-form designs that match your
The Earth’s rocks and soil contain scientific AND historical mysteries. Capture dramatic desert or canyon colors with Cr
Role play the journey of an American pioneer moving west and create a pastel drawing of a new settlement.
Rhythm, rhyme, and lively imagery create a rollicking good time for young children putting on a poetry show!
Identify trees by their leaf shapes and structures; then capture leaf symmetry with painted leaf prints.
Discover the world of geography, logging new geographic terms and combining them into one colorful scene.