Creating a quilt block is a great way to combine math, history, literature and art into one fun project.
Using a read aloud of "Snowflake Day" by Becky Friedman as the impetus, students identify and talk about the story's pro
Students create a hat to protect them from the sun. What elements do you need to include?
Neon is actually a phenomenon that occurs when you mix electricity and a noble gas. Learn how this work and create a neo
Explore Thanksgiving and harvest traditions then create painted paper mosaic cornucopias.
Use geometric shapes to create a quilt block.
Imagination and problem-solving go to work as children check out real bugs and create their own.
Teens explore symbolism and identity as they create color filled silhouettes that visually depict a term and image to de
Get inspired by nature. Use mixed-media to create a seasonal-inspired, abstract artwork!
Why do we have eyes? What do we do with them? Why should we take care of our eyes?
Use Crayola® Fabric Crayons to make a class quilt!
Snuggle up to read a good book about sleep, then write a book report about it on a quilt. Craft a bed with a recycled bo
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
Egyptian hieroglyphics are an ancient language. Design a cartouche with a message! Hang it on a doorknob to display.
How many times can you toss your bag into the box?
Map your own neighborhood—or anywhere you can imagine—and create a place to play on the playground at the same time.
Found objects can create rhythmic patterns when printed. Find some interesting found objects such as tops of jars, soda
Help children understand important identity issues through reading the serious, though humorously illustrated, picture b
Design and build a model raised bed garden using your imagination, recycled cardboard, and Crayola Colored Pencils.
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
Do you feel happy today? When do you feel sad?
Weave a long-lasting evergreen wreath! This colorful decoration makes a wonderful, colorful gift.
Enrich understanding of family life of our country’s earliest inhabitants and create a Native American cradleboard for t
Create a colorful mobile with your favorite flying creatures. Combine various bug body types into a delightful display.
Stop hunting and poaching! Rhinoceroses are an endangered species in Africa. Imagine you are on a nature reserve in Bots
In this lesson students create a veritable zoo of animals using Crayola® Acrylic Paint and recycled materials.
Gild torn-paper edges and make golden leaf imprints on this decorative frame. Display original poetry, photos, or other
The colors, patterns and shapes of this Matisse inspired still life will mesmerize you.
What shapes are people’s houses? Discover diverse dwellings—and make dioramas representing them—from around the world.
Express yourself with Illuminated Letters! Decorate your initials with delicate layers of bright watercolor details.
Imagine building a replica of the Great Wall of China! Start with one section and add to it all year as you learn more a
Explore literature in a visual way by discussing the abstract artwork of Frank Stella. Create a Fantasy Design based on
Explore the Harlem Renaissance then create a bright, bold drawing illustrating everyday stories of people in the communi
Get to know new classmates or club members with these fun, foam puzzles. Mix up the pieces to find new friends.
Native people living on the Great Plains depended on buffalo for survival. Discover many uses for their hides—and other
Investigate the use of herbs by Native Americans while creating an herb pouch, and collect local wild herb specimens.
Students learn about the culture of West Africa as they observe specific colors, designs and style of these beautiful ma
Create stationery and envelopes to coordinate with any writing project. Prepare thank-you notes, letters, or poetry with
Students create 3-D art portrait pieces inspired by Robert Munsch’s book Aaron’s Hair.
Is there a creature in your milk carton?
Students explore where they came from! How does their family tree look?
Students sail away on miniature Crayola® Model Magic boats that they research and create themselves!
Fashion can be fabulous and informative! Discuss what different types of clothing can tell you about a person. Use your
How would you paint the world differently? That’s the question that “Liang and the Magic Paintbrush” by Demi poses to it
When Hawaiians plan a family get together, they make a lei for everyone coming to the event. Welcome guests to your clas
Explore and respond to the work of Marcel Duchamp, creating a collage of a reworked face.
Create a city of geometric shapes and primary colors as seen through the eyes of the artist, Piet Mondrian.
Join the procession to honor Ganesha. Students adorn an elaborate sculpture to add to their understanding of this Indian