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Make a Model Magic® mask of your favorite dragon character.
Storytelling meets math when you write stories in which your hero is a magical, math-ical dragon!
Bright colors! Intricate patterns! Fantasy creatures! Discover the delights of unique Oaxacan wood carvings. Decorate an
Observe the pulling power of magnets by making your own amazing maze! Use magnets to guide figures around turns, into d
Create an erupting volcano! Magnets and a cookie sheet add to the reality of this 3-D project.
What do you get when you combine a lion head with a fish tail? The Magnificent Merlion, a famous landmark in Singapore.
Discover the ancient art form of mosaics—with a contemporary twist! Layer and mix Crayola® Model Magic to create unique,
Egyptian pyramids were built as stairs for kings to climb after their death. A sphinx was built to guard the pyramids. C
India’s Taj Mahal is a work of architectural genius. It is also a monument to the love of a wealthy emperor for his quee
Combine movement into active learning and art making in this lesson. Students learn and express concepts in radial symm
Do wish you had a magic button to make larger addition and subtraction math facts easy? Use this strategy to turn addend
Explore symmetry by examining the human face.
Polka dots with stripes…peanut butter burritos…that’s just the beginning of “mismatches” for delightfully diverse Mariso
Research images and designs on paper money then print your own personalized paper money.
Focus on historic achievements and positive role models with this collaborative monument making project.
What's behind Albert Einstein's frizzy hair, wiry mustache, and penetrating eyes? Find out and create a bas-relief mask
Combine geometric designs while honoring the entire universe! Discover how colors and shapes have meaning in traditional
Introduce quantitative synonyms in a silly way so that your students will visually remember these colorful comparisons!
“What if…” questions delight children. Watercolor resist paintings made with salt add sparkle to any literacy lesson.
Create a road map to retell a story. Where does the story begin? Where does it go in the middle? Where does it end? Team
Oh Canada! Study the mighty maple and create a spatter painting with Crayola® Washable Paint and an old toothbrush.
Jump into Japan's geography with a 3-D topographic map! Students will proudly display these models of Japan's mountainou
Who explored where? When? Represent travel since ancient times by mapping explorers' routes around the globe.
Math and social studies teachers team up their students to explore the mathematical four color theorem and apply it to m