Music and art merge with this "paint the music" lesson introducing students to the work of Kandinsky, the father of abst
This design project requires students to use a simple nine square grid to create like images in groups of twos or threes
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.
Explore addition and subtraction while creating a garden! Add or subtract petals to balance each side of your garden.
Research a coastal community, profiling physical, cultural, and other characteristics.
Explore how Lane Smith’s illustrations contribute to the mood created by the words of Jon Scieszka in their book, The Ma
Draw and write about stormy settings, incorporating details about weather safety and how storms occur.
Serve up a helping of math! Use plastic plates and Crayola Dry-Erase Crayons to practice math facts with your students.
This lesson uses eye popping black and white to create a community portrait filled with architectural detail inspired by
Visit the Ivory Coast of West Africa! Join the Senufo people to create a dramatic, less messy version of traditional mud
Lilies symbolize hope and the miracle of new life. Celebrate the arrival of spring, or learn about Easter traditions, wi
Create a miniature model of an expressive sculpture to symbolize your vision of a world event.
Recreate the beauty of precious jade in a flower blossom! Sculpt a lotus, the symbol of an open mind in many Asian cultu
Oil pastels can be used to create self-portraits with painterly effects.
After listening to the story McElligot's Pool by Dr. Seuss which illustrates how the Earth's water systems are connected
Build a model of the earth's crust with Crayola® Model Magic®.
How familiar are you with the states of Mexico? The world’s most populous Spanish-speaking country can at times be overs
Celebrate Hina Matsuri Day along with Japanese girls on March 3. This elaborate, traditional doll display will captivate
What's the secret of the Japanese Crane fable? Explore Asian literature with feathers in this cut-paper project.
Students pour math equivalents into this project as they practice liquid measurement skills and challenge friends!
Take a familiar idea and Jazz It Up to discover new ones. Using Jazz as inspiration, students explore the creative power
Create beautiful layered 3-D scenes in the striking style of famous Canadian artist, Ted Harrison. The unique technique?
The art of Japanese painter Sakai Hoitsu inspires original decorative paintings of flowers and plants.