Create a multi-media weaving that pops with texture and is crowned with a majestic bird drawing.
In the cold and ice George Washington and his troops crossed the Delaware River in 1776 in Durham boats to surprise the
Bugs are flyers and crawlers, diggers and wigglers! Discover the biology of arthropods and then show insects at their be
Make a board game demonstrating all the reasons why clean water resources are so important.
Create a torn and cut paper collage of a Brown Bear in Winter, using printmaking to create falling snow.
Celebrate winter with sled dog races, ice carving, curling-and polar bear swims! Capture fun at frosty festivities in Ca
Use Crayola® Washable Markers and wet Crayola Paint Brushes to create original artwork of wetlands plants and flowers.
With every person in the United States producing approximately 150 gallons of wastewater a day, the treatment of water b
The iconic blue toned Delft pottery of the Netherlands is delicate, eye catching, and finely detailed. In this lesson, s
Everybody in the world lives in a watershed. Where does the rain mainly drain where you live? Follow the water all the w
Have fun with color in a way that Andy Warhol did! Use copy machine copies as the basic work while students focus on the
Bring the Bill of Rights to life! Create a visual Bill of Rights to hang in the classroom using Crayola™ Color Sticks™ C
Rah! Rah! Rah! Three cheers for your school. Show your loyalty by creating "spirit wear." Use Crayola Fabric Markers to
Weave golden sticks through paper printed with gold leaves. This wall hanging is a natural to make an impression!
Research the great wave of immigration to the United States in the 1800s then create a model of an immigrant marketplace
Learning a second language? Crayola® Markers add a FLASH (of color) to your bilingual cards.
Where do your favorite things originate? Discover how world economies depend on each other to create materials, products
What causes high waves to form? Set up these colorful science experiments to better understand the world’s oceans!
Make magnificent magnets to use when you take a vote on Valentine's Day to find out your friend's favorites!
When students say, “I have nothing to write about,” use this team teaching activity to inspire creative writing through
Roger McGough’s book “What on Earth Can it Be?” is a brightly colored, charming story to jump start any child’s imaginat
How does geography influence people and places? Discover how natural features such as coastlines shape architecture, job
Is your knowledge about the Earth’s layers rock solid? Create a down-to-Earth 3-D display with Crayola Markers.
The ocean’s surface really is just the tip of the iceberg! Oceanographers have found amazing creatures that adapt to dra
What do students eat for lunch at school? Discover tasty menus from around the world. Make a game to match foods to thei
What’s growing in your classroom? Record how a plant, animal, or you are changing. It’s a cinch with Crayola® Markers!
How does lamb’s wool become a coat? How does a bill become a law? Strengthen critical thinking skills with this lesson a
Use Crayola Erasable Colored Pencils to draw a favorite food. Then erase it, piece by piece! Are you using fractions? Su
Who likes plain vanilla ice cream? How about pecan mocha fudge? Or cotton candy? Create a 3-D classroom graph with Crayo
Practice perfect punctuation! Create 3-D punctuation marks. Why not collect them all?
Explore the community helpers theme by having students imagine and express themselves as adult workers in this color fil
Which lettering style do you prefer? Fancy fonts? Serifs? Sans serifs? Write alphabet letters, names, or any words in se
What parts make up the inner workings of a plant cell? Illustrate them in bright colors.
Imagine having to move to a new ‘home’ taking with you only possessions you could carry. What would you take? Leave behi