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!
Discover the world of geography, logging new geographic terms and combining them into one colorful scene.
Become a mountain, a river, a valley or another natural feature of the earth’s surface as you move about the room to gro
A festive and fun kick-off activity made using Crayola® Washable Markers and lots of bling before starting a more seriou
Design an original board game to use math skills.
The Velveteen Rabbit longs for the days when he was the most important toy in the playroom. Draw a favorite scene to sho
How would you make a hungry moose feel at home? Find out what happens If You Give a Moose a Muffin.
Many cities are home to ethnically diverse people. Toronto, London, New York, Hong Kong—which city will you show in your
My Blue is Happy by Jessica Young is a delightful book about colors for children young and old. It explores the concepts
What do self-portraits reveal about the painter? What do books reveal about a reader?
Promote healthy sleep habits and discuss why sleep is important for proper brain function. Use Crayola® Bright Fabric Ma
In My Dog is an Elephant, by Remy Simard and Pierre Pratt, Hector finds an unexpected guest in his sandbox. An elephant
Create a framed family portrait that everyone will treasure.
Young learners become authors as they write their own books about colors, using crayon resist art techniques.
Showcase children’s family heritages and traditions with bright colors and distinctive patterns. These individual, no-se
Alexander Calder was an influential American artist known for his abstract paintings and sculptures. In this lesson stud
Explore the vibrant work of Henri Matisse then tap into emotions in your own original tempera paintings, poems, and shor
Create a 3-D monster based on Matt Mitter’s book, Hungry Monsters. What will your monster eat?
Decide on your own personal words to live by after studying slogans and mottoes used by modern and historic leaders.
What would it be like to be a U.S. President? Design your own Oval Office in the White House, decorated with your favori
How far is it from the classroom to the cafeteria? Let’s draw a map and find out!
Capture shadows for a shadow dance!
Use Crayola Dry Erase Crayons to draw and compare polygons with a partner. What is similar? What is different?
A fresh snowy day is perfect for all kinds of great fun. Let Peter’s experiences in The Snowy Day inspire your students
Encourage students to visualize their town like the artist Grant Wood who painted a picture of Stone City, Iowa.