Create a symmetrical design. Use vibrant colors for a stunning kaleidoscope effect!
This lesson uses eye popping black and white to create a community portrait filled with architectural detail inspired by
A new twist on an old favorite- 3-D pointillism! Students explore the artwork of Georges Seurat and create a masterpiece
Create a Crayola Mixed Media round image of multiple flowers, from a bug’s eye view, and write about it.
Build a flow chart to show the early achievements of computer scientists in the early days of the modern computer.
Learn about the rich history of African culture by creating a traditional African tribal mask. It will look authentic wh
Children read newly published books that are contenders for the Newbery and Caldecott prizes and promote their choices w
Vivaldi inspires paintings incorporating symbols of the seasons.
Have fun with concentric circles and mixed media! Create an abstract piece of art.
Investigate the use of herbs by Native Americans while creating an herb pouch, and collect local wild herb specimens.
Discover what daily life is like for children around the world. The captivating Maya’s World series is a springboard to
In Greek mythology, Athena is the goddess of wisdom, her emblem is the owl. Long considered the “wise old owl”, this le
After observing and discussing illustrations of animals and their spots and stripes in the read aloud "Spots and Stripes
Create an impressive, colorful plaid with Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils. Make your own clan’s Tartan for a greeting
Big and small colorful circles become flowers and seeds in a colorful garden.
Capture the exhilaration and the exhaustion of exercise in a watercolor resist.
Create an original species of fish and write about it. The art will become the cover of the story!
Create a unique, stunning display of the Earth’s landforms. Showcase learning with textured materials such as sandpaper,
Create an original pop-art repetitive portrait based on a study the life and work of Andy Warhol.
Map your own neighborhood—or anywhere you can imagine—and create a place to play on the playground at the same time.
How did people grow their food long ago? Discover how much (or how little) farming has changed with a realistic diorama.
Student self-generated portraits are enhanced with figure cut-outs to complement their drawings.
Study homes and habitats from the past then move into the future to construct innovative new living spaces.
Provide students with practicing their relative location skills as well as an opportunity to tell real or imaginary stor