How to decorate for Halloween? Why not make a cool, spooky garland featuring your favorite scary story characters!
Students investigate several paintings of night skies by Van Gogh; then discuss stars, planets and their relationships i
Six-sided frozen crystals fascinated Wilson "Snowflake" Bentley. See how he studied and photographed these delicate stru
High school students can teach elementary students about sustainability and environmental issues with this community ser
Students use their knowledge of place value and economics to open a flower shop specializing in handmade bouquets.
How can students erase paths to obesity? Becoming aware of healthy choices for foods and exercise can help.
With a few simple materials, students can improve their fine motor skills and make beautiful snowflakes experimenting wi
Students accurately reproduce a Purple Heart medal and provide facts about its history and meaning.
Create a replica of the home of England's Prime Minister at #10 Downing Street. Leaders who have lived at this address a
Students create a snowy owl puppet to fly through the night.
Some book settings—such as Hogwarts in the Harry Potter series—are unforgettable. Transport yourself to a favorite story
Nobel Prizes are awarded to people who do extraordinary things. Who would you select to win?
Invite your students to experiement with paint techniques to create a unique snow scene.
Stumped with word problems in math? This engaging strategy helps to picture the solutions.
Say goodbye to a student teacher. Welcome a new classmate. Decorate for Cinco de Mayo. This easy-to-make piñata is sure
Mixed media, perspective and literature come together in this easy lesson inspired by Janet Lawler’s book Snowzilla.
In this lesson children create a delightful array of simple puppets using imagination and a tracing of their hand.
Explore the pyramids of ancient Egypt! Travel back in time to recreate scale drawings of the Great Pyramid.
Observe the painting style of French artist Henri Matisse. Create mood with color and a soft edge painting technique!
Here’s a bold and bright pop art lesson using Crayola® Markers inspired by the work of American artist Robert Indiana.
After painting a warm or cool colorful transitional background, students explore negative and positve space imagery by c
Where do pythons live? What do these notorious snakes look like? Create a fascinating 3-D science project in a recycled
Texture and counting meet creativity and expression as children model numbers and explore arithmetic.
When you create a turtle with Crayola Color Wonder™ Paints, it’s easy to add texture and blend colors—all with no clean-