Students learn the definition of texture through discussion and experiencing a series of Crayola® Crayon rubbings of fou
Add dimension to a painting by using a craft stick and Crayola® Texture Mixing Medium to create a textured masterpiece.
Stop using the same old lines! Mix up your lines with these texture techniques used by the master, Leonardo da Vinci.
Students and teacher share the book "Thank You Day" by Farrah McDoogle. Students draw pictures of people they would like
Hear, read, write, draw and talk about scientist and inventor Thomas Alva Edison.
Heroes and heroines are people who step up to help in stressful, challenging times. Students connect with helpers by cre
Create a mini Model Magic® YOU! Students think about body postures as they make a sculpture of themselves doing some of
Students use everyday classroom materials to create a head and shoulders self-portrait with a large, unfolding hug.
See the world in a new way--with the breads people eat. Explore cultural attributes and world populations with a pictogr
Work together as a class to write a script for a play and act out each scene. Students design backdrops on the classroom
The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt is a hilarious collection of letters for the main character Duncan written by h
Can art be a game? After reading The Drawing Game by ______, students enjoy the play of creating as they imagine possibi
Teach students to ask questions of the text as they read. Encourage their familiarity with the five Ws using a search-an
Students create Gee's Bend-influenced quilt hangings that communicate a discrete message.
Children often need to make difficult choices in order to help their families. Read a picture book about such a child in
Discover the beauty of the Great American Seal. Recreate this national emblem with Crayola™ Color Sticks™ Colored Pencil
What is a tsunami? Find out more by creating a picture based on the Japanese painting The Great Wave.
Create a classroom book! Combine short narratives with art to make a compelling piece of original literature.
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
Introduce young students to maps by having them create their own map with lines for roads printed with car wheels.
Create a paper weaving in the style of the Ashanti people of West Africa. In this project artists learn the meanings of
Children love to imagine what they may become. Imagine with them, as they visually explore possibilities after reading
Be inspired by Sol LeWitt’s installation and create a five pointed star.
Creativity and fun erupt as students use their knowledge of simple machines to build toys!
Create a replica of the U.S. White House! Learn about the building's history, architecture, and its famous occupant's ro
What symbols or logos would you use to represent the three branches of the U.S. government? Students mark important pass
Explore how gravity and the moon affect tides. Find out how tides are useful to man.
Tick, tock, it’s time to help students learn to read analog clocks with this quick, dry erase activity.
Free to play? Or busy with homework? Hang these colorful signs on your door so you can concentrate!
After listening to and discussing the book "On the Moon" by Anna Milborne and Benji Davies, students incorporate shapes
The book, Swimmy by L. Lionni, inspires a paper painting mural by students recreating a major event in the book! Art an
Design and build a totem sculpture using animals that represent family and heritage using Crayola® Color Explosion!
Celebrating? First day of school? Performance jitters? Disappointed? Whatever the feeling, students begin to chill out w
What do you get when you combine Crayola® Dry-Erase Crayons and a plastic box fun? Turn a sturdy plastic box frame into
Students create an intricate stained glass pattern. On tracing paper, translucent marker colors seem to glow in sunlight
Travel ancient trade routes! What products were exchanged? Where were the major ports? How did traders cross land? Show
Discover Canada’s rushing rivers, majestic mountains, and rolling prairies. Admire the scenery from the vantage point of
Design an interactive map with modes of transportation that actually move across the ocean.
Plan an imaginary trip anywhere in the world; then draw and paint groups in the clothes of the culture.
How will you go places in the future? Use your imagination to think of new possibilities!
Learn the story about Peter Roget, the creator of the thesaurus. Then paint an illustration of a word with all its synon
Camouflage your favorite rainforest animals!
Invent imaginative Turkey Tales in a round-robin storytelling circle.
Discover how the past affects the future—with a triarama that shows a country’s history, people, and traditions.
Weave a decorative placemat to demonstrate the Kwanzaa principle of "umoja," or unity, among people. Celebrate this mode
Kids want to be writers. But no one wants to be an “okay” writer. Teachers want all of their students to be the best wri
Use ears, eyes, hands and imagination to create a colorful underwater scene as described by a partner.