Children's author Virginia Hamilton is the inspiration for drawing and writing original stories.
What's so special about each of us? Use Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils and Watercolors to display their talents and
Word Processing has come a long way since its inception. Now there are so many font choices that choosing the best font
Students explore with letters as they make subtle changes from one word to another. Later comes the challenge to string
Mansa Musa, the Lion of Mali in western Africa, is part fiction and part fact. Students recreate brilliant textiles from
Experiment with water drops to see how molecules stick to themselves! Delicate Water Striders take advantage of surface
Discover the vibrant colors and patterns of traditional African fabrics! Students create a classroom textile quilt that
Students learn the definition of texture through discussion and experiencing a series of Crayola® Crayon rubbings of fou
Add dimension to a painting by using a craft stick and Crayola® Texture Mixing Medium to create a textured masterpiece.
Kites are fascinating. From a simple celebration of spring to a springboard into topics such as aerodynamics, weather, o
Stop using the same old lines! Mix up your lines with these texture techniques used by the master, Leonardo da Vinci.
Students and teacher share the book "Thank You Day" by Farrah McDoogle. Students draw pictures of people they would like
Poems and pictures portray our gratitude for Earth's natural resources.
Hear, read, write, draw and talk about scientist and inventor Thomas Alva Edison.
Celebrate workers in one's school! Honor volunteers and staff with handmade certificates, medals, or ribbons. Let them k
Create a mini Model Magic® YOU! Students think about body postures as they make a sculpture of themselves doing some of
Students use everyday classroom materials to create a head and shoulders self-portrait with a large, unfolding hug.
See the world in a new way--with the breads people eat. Explore cultural attributes and world populations with a pictogr
Work together as a class to write a script for a play and act out each scene. Students design backdrops on the classroom
Collectively, the seasons create a rainbow. Students identify and draw natural elements from each season. Combined toget
The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt is a hilarious collection of letters for the main character Duncan written by h
Can art be a game? After reading The Drawing Game by ______, students enjoy the play of creating as they imagine possibi
Natural phenomena are endlessly fascinating! Create a model of an erupting volcano and let off some steam.
Teach students to ask questions of the text as they read. Encourage their familiarity with the five Ws using a search-an