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Observing leaves inspires scientists and poets alike. Combine the two by making falling leaf marks and writing poetry.
Create a unique pocket for the adorable character Corduroy from Don Freeman’s picture book A Pocket for Corduroy.
How can an empty water bottle that is dropped in a stream in America end up on a beach in Africa? How could birds and ot
Catch the wind and see colors spin! Hang a wind spinner beside an open window or under a protected porch roof to catch t
Practice math facts in style! Use recycled CD’s along with Crayola® Dry-Erase Crayons to create a spectacular classwork
These 3-D topographical maps keep students on top of geography — and its terminology!
Explore growth cycles through the seasons then create original chalk drawings of pumpkins ready for harvest.
Bugs are flyers and crawlers, diggers and wigglers! Discover the biology of arthropods and then show insects at their be
Students hook up with new friends with this fun fishing pond.
You have been asked to design a special robot. Your robot can do special tasks just for you.
Explore the Harlem Renaissance then create a bright, bold drawing illustrating everyday stories of people in the communi
Explore abstract expressionism by studying the works of Wolf Kahn and create a unique landscape using Crayola® Oil Paste
Challenge your students to come up with examples of as many real-life fractions that they encounter with every day. Will
Cook up some fun by converting common recipe measurements, like tablespoons and cups. Record the conversions on a colorf
Scary, read-aloud stories and poems are such fun to share! Imagine unique characters for a creative story. Bring them to
Build vocabulary by playing with a word and its synonyms. This fun chalk game can expand your knowledge, one word at a
Poetry, stories, warm colors and wet-on-wet watercolors for fall.
What is a community? One way to view a community is to create a map of a town, neighborhood, or region. Draw maps of dif
Create a city of geometric shapes and primary colors as seen through the eyes of the artist, Piet Mondrian.
After enjoying “Diary of a Worm” by D. Cronin have students create mini books about other worlds existing under our feet
Mae Jemison made history on the Endeavour spaceship—an apt name for her many accomplishments. What must students endeavo
"Cool Penguins" by Jeff Bauer is the inspiration for students' original artwork focused on the lives of penguins living
Practice sequential story retellings with colorful, collaged Book Banners.
Base this lesson on a local zoo and let math be the inspiration for a science connection. This lesson is all about fract