Sponges are great tools to mix colors, make sponge prints, and clean up art projects. Squeeze a sponge today!
Decide on your own personal words to live by after studying slogans and mottoes used by modern and historic leaders.
Make a Mobius strip with colorful lines, shapes, and mathematical patterns. Cut it in half and watch the magic happen!
What would it be like to be a U.S. President? Design your own Oval Office in the White House, decorated with your favori
Use Crayola Model Magic to help learn color identification and color mixing.
How far is it from the classroom to the cafeteria? Let’s draw a map and find out!
Experiment with primary colors and geometric shapes in the style of Piet Mondrian! Create a template to make one huge, u
Capture shadows for a shadow dance!
Since ancient times, artists have used many different types of tesserae (small pieces) to create beautiful mosaic art. C
Use Crayola Dry Erase Crayons to draw and compare polygons with a partner. What is similar? What is different?
Crawling geckos! Jumping geometrics! Without fabric or sewing a stitch, design a traditional appliqué-like mola using th
A fresh snowy day is perfect for all kinds of great fun. Let Peter’s experiences in The Snowy Day inspire your students
Explore colorful fiber arts of the Kuna Indians. Work with classmates to create a vibrant Mola Mural to showcase contemp
Encourage students to visualize their town like the artist Grant Wood who painted a picture of Stone City, Iowa.
Create a “Mondrian-like” world by simply using squares, rectangles and primary colors!
Of all the plants and animals that exist, 85 percent of them live in the ocean. Using their research and imaginations, s
Young bankers and storekeepers practice counting money and making change. They keep their money in this recycled-box ban
Relive the adventures of Greek heroes and heroines by creating a 3-D board game.
Explore positive and negative space using monoprint and collage techniques to create an imaginary lunar landscape.
Inspired by The Monster Who Came to School, students create their own fabulous monsters.
Did Ulysses really encounter a one-eyed giant or see his men turned into pigs while sailing home from Troy? Explore the
Explore public art as students find, photograph, design and present solutions two and three dimensionally for artistic e
Enrich understanding of family life of our country’s earliest inhabitants and create a Native American cradleboard for t
Create a portrait representing Ramadan with the phases of the moon.