After reading and discussing the poetry book “Flamingos on the Roof” by C. Brown, students each create their own poem in
Here’s a bold and bright pop art lesson using Crayola® Markers inspired by the work of American artist Robert Indiana.
Students use their knowledge of fish to practice sorting.
Explore and respond to the work of Marcel Duchamp, creating a collage of a reworked face.
Relish William Blake's immortal poem "The Tiger!" Students select a favorite tiger species to illustrate in realistic de
After reading Old Bear by Kevin Henkes, students are inspired to create beautiful seasonal scenes with lots of line and
Each student creates a card with a vocabulary word and a visual representaion of that word, then the cards are used to p
How can your class become a community of learners? These self-portrait paper dolls encourage everyone to become better f
Design a stark winter landscape with long shadows. Show silhouettes of trees, snowboarders, sleighs, or other winter sce
Imagination soars as one thing becomes something else with this lesson using Crayola@ Crayons inspired by the Crayola@ b
Ever wonder how a hot air balloon rises in the sky? Discover the facts and paint a beautiful balloon. Could it circle th
Sculpt a vase around a recycled container. Embed plastic jewels and other craft items to create a simple, striking gift.
Celebrate the Ch'ing Ming Festival, or any festive holiday, with these Tiny Chinese Kites!
We’re making a point to break the mold on Pointillism! Experiment with different materials and techniques as you explore
Invite children to share some of their favorite foods. Follow-up with a discussion of how nutritious their choices are f
India's Hindu population celebrates Diwali with these colorful scrolls. Make similar paintings and explore this cultura
St. Lucia Day is a family Advent tradition in Scandinavia and Italy. These crowns are worn by girls as part of their cel
Bring in some fun and ‘kitschy’ design into your presidential study! Use the Caldecott Medal book So You Want to Be Pres
Recurring patterns are found in nature in many different things. They are called fractals. Think of a snow flake, peaco
What’s at the center of a galaxy? A black hole! Look WAY beyond a black hole by creating a vivid galaxy and observation
Create a 3-dimensional snowman of winter using Model Magic and found objects.
In this lesson students create a veritable zoo of animals using Crayola® Acrylic Paint and recycled materials.
Have some fun with fractions! Create a cube to explore fractions with an option to develop an original game.
Students create their own cloud formations with inspiration from the Caldecott Honor book, Sector 7, by David Wiesner.
Invite students to explore why the ability to change color with the seasons is so important to the survival of some anim
Students combine art, angles and geometric shapes with portraiture in this project inspired by American artist Samuel Ro
In the 1800’s the canal system changed the way freight was moved in our country. Learn more about how mules played an i
Give students permission to explore and "think outside the box" after reading award winning book Not a Box by Antoinette
What changes along with the seasons? Plants? Animal coats? What you wear? The weather? Sports? Students create a 3-D cub
Frank Stella is an American artist whose minimal, abstract, geometric paintings and prints can be found in famous museum
With Twistables Slick Stix Crayons and recycled materials, construct the object of your fear and inhabit it. Be it big l
Big and small colorful circles become flowers and seeds in a colorful garden.
Sparkling snowflakes, raindrops, flowers, or crispy leaves let everyone know that the seasons are changing. What season
School can seem like a world of its own! Encourage your students to represent their school in a symmetrical mandala, and
Create equations using picture symbols like fruit, bugs, flowers and shapes. Crayola® Dry Erase Crayons inspire young ma
Capture the beauty and variety of fall leaves. Make an accordion book with different-sized leaf prints.
Why sing "The Twelve Days of Christmas"? Why are there 12 days, anyway? And why so many birds? Use this familiar song to
Break the panic of writer’s block with this visual imaging project! Ask students to draw a detailed sketch or diagram of
Design a character using geometric shapes. Use Crayola® Dry-Erase Crayons for a no mess, temporary product!
Students learn about size relationships in nature in this lesson as they create LARGE leaves and small ladybugs. How wil
Snow is so cool! But how is snow formed in the atmosphere? What effects does snow have on our lives? Students create an
Inventions shape the way we live everyday. Create a shining, new invention that will benefit our daily activities!
Students pose in a variety of actions while peers sketch them. Students select their best work and copy it onto artist
Feet come in all different sizes. Find out just how wide the range can be while exercising your graphing skills.
Sun science is the focus as students explore the Earth's rotation and revolution, the seasons, as well as night and day.
After enjoying the book “Smelly Socks” by R. Munsch with the class, discuss the biographical information that can be gat
Children create shapes out of everyday materials.
Library windows are just the place to share reviews of favorite books. Use Crayola® Washable Window Markers or Crayola W