When students say, “I have nothing to write about,” use this team teaching activity to inspire creative writing through
Use your imagination as diving gear as you swim down deep to the ocean floor.
Think about careers! Students picture where and how they would like to work.
Get to know the living things in the great big underwater world.
Roger McGough’s book “What on Earth Can it Be?” is a brightly colored, charming story to jump start any child’s imaginat
How can older students make a difference in the lives of younger ones? Create and share interactive storybooks to bring
How does geography influence people and places? Discover how natural features such as coastlines shape architecture, job
Children learn how authors use words as tools to create visual imagery in this colorful introduction to similes and meta
Design your own underwater exploration invention using recycled materials.
Is your knowledge about the Earth’s layers rock solid? Create a down-to-Earth 3-D display with Crayola Markers.
Make a very special pop-up card for a very special author.
The ocean’s surface really is just the tip of the iceberg! Oceanographers have found amazing creatures that adapt to dra
What’s inside a lizard? Or a cat, bird, or even yourself? Imagine you have X-ray eyes. Show bright bones and opaque orga
When you look out on the ocean, what do you see? Underneath those cool blue waves are mountains and canyons, just like o
Which lettering style do you prefer? Fancy fonts? Serifs? Sans serifs? Write alphabet letters, names, or any words in se
Make learning about state facts fun! Hold a classroom pageant of state birds dressed up like you have never them seen be
Imagine having to move to a new ‘home’ taking with you only possessions you could carry. What would you take? Leave behi
Use Crayola® Colored Pencils and Crayons to display the chemical elements of the periodical table on large, colorful inf
How does lamb’s wool become a coat? How does a bill become a law? Strengthen critical thinking skills with this lesson a
Honor Unknown Soldiers with a memorial. Make a replica of a landmark tomb or design an original structure.
Who likes plain vanilla ice cream? How about pecan mocha fudge? Or cotton candy? Create a 3-D classroom graph with Crayo
Explore the sights of New York City by creating a storyboard and characters from a favorite book.
An exercise in pure imagination! Students take an Oops and turn it into a piece of art.
What if dinosaurs came back? Use your imagination to paint a futuristic habitat for dinosaurs!
Explore the community helpers theme by having students imagine and express themselves as adult workers in this color fil
Count, subtract and add—in English and Arabic! Children create furry stick-puppets to keep track of how many donkeys are
Save the Earth’s limited resources by planning. Combine trips to go places. This early mapping experience helps pave the
Where do balloons go when they fly away? Explore funny balloon-escape stories and write an imaginary story about the whe
Create a fitting tribute to explorers of the high seas. Design tiny sailing ships in a recycled plastic bottle.
Create an aluminum foil printing plate then design a collage with your printed papers.
Use alliteration in fantasy animal poetry then create a drawing using letters to form patterns and textures.
Dr. Seuss is always wacky and particularly in his book Wacky Wednesday. This lesson lets kids’ imaginations run wild dre
Create a plan for a neighborhood walking trail or other public facility. Improve recreational opportunities for people a
Happy birthday, Queen Victoria! In parts of Canada, the Monday before May 25 is still celebrated to honor this famous qu
During Victorian times, valentines were really elaborate! Find out more about these historic valentines and design your
Da Vinci’s Vitruvian Man sketch is one of his most iconic works. In this lesson students are inspired to create their ow
The power and devastation of volcanoes ensures their place within the mythology of many cultures throughout history. Cre
Who could use a helping hand in your family, neighborhood, or school? Put together coupon books for doing good deeds for