Discover ancient Chanukah traditions and symbols. Use them to create a beautiful decoration for a holiday that's celebra
What letters do children know?
Celebrate the fall harvest with decorative ears of Indian corn. Display these handsome ears year after year.
Show the "big idea" or "theme" in a variety of drawings to build artistic fluency and flexibility.
Research earthquakes and how they are detected and measured then make a simulated seismograph.
How well do we know our shapes?
Explore Victorian crazy quilting fad of the late 1800’s. This crayon sampler incorporates a variety of crayon techniques
Celebrate Semana Santa the week before Easter! Recreate glorious Guatemalan street carpets—alfombras—with an explosion o
What does your shape look like?
Make a simple moveable painting in watercolors and markers to illustrate how tides affect the life and landscape along t
Track the weather in your area over a two-week period. Use bar graphs and line graphs to illustrate the results of your
Create advertising for Earth Day! Use Crayola® Dry-Erase crayons to encourage earth-friendly behaviors.
Why are signs important?
Science, math, language, and art merge when children record weather.
Entice students to learn about a state’s economy through the engineering of an engaging game board that integrates color
Ed Ruscha is an American pop-artist and one of the many artists supported by FAPE (Foundation for Art and Preservation i
Japanese shoji screens are decorative as well as functional. Create a miniature shoji screen with symbols of this unique
How does our clothing change with the weather?
Create a perky spring basket to hold jelly beans, a chocolate bunny, or your art supplies. Makes a great Easter purse or
What do you see at the zoo?
Who is she and why is she smiling? Delve into this art question as students paint their interpretation of the Mona Lisa.
Find colorful place names around the world! Draw vivid maps, plan trips, and write travel logs about imaginary journeys
How many do you have?
Make your focal point sing with lively colors by framing your favorite portion of this wiggly line painting.