Students formalize their knowledge of numbers with these counting creations. The bubble numbers hold a beautiful number
Here’s a bold and bright pop art lesson using Crayola® Markers inspired by the work of American artist Robert Indiana.
Texture and counting meet creativity and expression as children model numbers and explore arithmetic.
After reading Old Bear by Kevin Henkes, students are inspired to create beautiful seasonal scenes with lots of line and
Phonemic awarenes is fun with this word game!
Show off poetry by framing it in original art based on a masterpiece. Create special effects and add drama to writing!
Open the doors to a variety of careers then imagine yourself on the job.
Here’s a different way to illustrate after a class trip to the zoo or unit on animals. Children draw themselves from beh
No lights, no television, no computers.... What did families do without electricity? What would you do if the power sudd
To illustrate how to make the world a better place, students make brightly decorated oval shapes like the “rockfish” pic
How did jack-o'-lanterns become Halloween symbols? Use Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils to "carve out" a contemporary v
Students create art in the Op Art style using measurement.
Design an optical illusion! Discover a scientific principle called the Moiré Effect. Trick your eyes and brain with line
Imagination soars as one thing becomes something else with this lesson using Crayola@ Crayons inspired by the Crayola@ b
Add original textures and color to origami! Make crayon rubbings and then fold the paper for one-of-a-kind crafts.
What came first, the chicken or the egg? Students watch chicks emerge from their shells and make models of them. This am
What can your class accomplish in 100 days? Students get to know each other and keep track of what happens at the beginn
Recognize the importance of the jobs people do in your community. Create signs for a lesson on community workers using C
Champion a worthy cause and be silent no more. Design distinctive letterhead on which to share information and call lead
Imagine circus feats on other planets. Research gravitational, surface, and atmospheric conditions.
Decorate a box that describes a favorite book. Sculpt a character to jump right out of the story!
There is just something that mesmerizes kids about the ability to draw on dark paper and have it turn out great. The nig
Historic America is explored when a family takes to market and sells goods they made and grew during the year. With the
Transportation was transformed with the invention of the steamboat. Imaginations head up (or down) the Mississippi with