In just a few quick steps, customize your own box of Crayola Crayons, create an Art Case, or draw your own Stuffed Animal. It's easy and fun!
Look at a flower garden from the butterfly's perspective.
Explore ocean life. Then create a captivating fish display with exciting Crayola® Color Explosion™ paper and Model Magic
Any place on Earth can be a destination when you create a personal passport!
After studying the artwork of Canadian artist Norval Morrisseau, students sketch an “aerial view” of an animal or insect
Step back in time to create a modern version of Americana! Use your knowledge about types of lines, too.
What happens when you try to catch a firefly? Crayola® Twistables make lightening bugs (or any character) glow. Follow o
What healthy foods do food banks and soup kitchens provide? Show them in an awareness-building grocery-bag mobile.
Students explore how food groups contribute to our health. In doing so, they design reusable shopping bags to remind the
What do bugs, fish, frogs, and fruit all have in common? Bats eat them! Create a 3-D science project that shows bats’ ea
"The Foot Book" by Dr. Seuss inspires children to create Kandinsky-like abstract paintings.
In this World Peace Day activity, children imagine what other people's lives are like as they contemplate "walking in an
Mae Jemison made history on the Endeavour spaceship—an apt name for her many accomplishments. What must students endeavo
Wood to make pencils is harvested from forests. Discover how pencils have an environmental impact—and why reforested woo
Create a bright "master" design with geometric shapes. Use it to make amazing reverse-symmetrical drawings and mirror im
Did you ever find a footprint in mud and wonder what animal made it? If left untouched for thousands of years, it would
Environmental science, math, and art team up! Find out how much of the Earth is water and how much is land. Students mak
Check out state and national flags to find designs that demonstrate fractional color divisions. Students design their ow
Using knowledge of fractions, students will create a visual illustration of fractional parts with the aid of Crayola® Dr
Invite students to use fractions to create unique representations of the heart.
Students show their knowledge of butterfly anatomy—and line symmetry! Sculpt a clay butterfly that is fragile, beautiful
Dive beneath the ocean surface to explore breathtakingly beautiful coral reefs and the thousands of species they shelter
Read and respond to the poetry of Langston Hughes then write original poems using Crayola® Gel Markers.
Simulate the Underground Railroad and design dream homes for fictional former slaves.
Freeze an adorable face forever in this frosty frame.