Reflect on stories and experiences using feeling and sensing words. With Crayola Dry-Erase Crayons this can be a five-mi
Students choose a primary color, add black and white to and write their names in an interesting way.
Sentences are one of the foundations of written and spoken language. Play with sentence features by building sentence pa
Based on a simple book, students focus on what each character is saying and create a silhouette of that character. More
Encourage mathematical thinking as students practice real-time timekeeping while recording and graphing evening activiti
Who goes with “did not”? “Didn’t”, of course! Match contractions drawn onto team t-shirts. Crayola Dry-Erase Crayons mak
Bring some extra culture into your LA program by basing this on a literature selection with an extra focus on a time and
Superpowers belong to all sorts of imaginary super heroes. Why not design your own super hero in the form of the Africa
Ruff, Ruff, Where's Scruff? by David A. Carter inspires a farm collage illustration, using shapes and line patterns to a
Watch a garden of Fibonacci flowers spring to life in the classroom as students discover a mathematical pattern in natur
Students recycle tissue paper circles from another art project, to explore fractal patterning from nature as inspiration
Perfect before, during, or after any lesson, this “anytime” activity fosters curiosity and response to learning. Just gr
Create a Crayola Mixed Media round image of multiple flowers, from a bug’s eye view, and write about it.
Students construct an abstracted landscape from a photo. Students use patterns to create various parts of the landscape
Invite students to use fractions to create unique representations of the heart.
After experiencing a read aloud of "Chameleons are Cool" by Martin Jenkins students create an original environment with
Explore how Lane Smith’s illustrations contribute to the mood created by the words of Jon Scieszka in their book, The Ma
Young children play with color and texture while creating exciting collages in the style of illustrators such as Leo Lio
Students formalize their knowledge of numbers with these counting creations. The bubble numbers hold a beautiful number
Children read newly published books that are contenders for the Newbery and Caldecott prizes and promote their choices w
Every habitat has it's up and down sides as far as human habitation is concerned. Students create their ideal mash-up en
Students investigate career choices and create an action figure career card to represent their personal choices.
Tackle those plural groups head on and help your students make a tool for them to remember the odd ones out. This card s
Creating, presenting and responding to works of art are explored in The Private/Public Self project. This creative multi