In just a few quick steps, customize your own box of Crayola Crayons, create an Art Case, or draw your own Stuffed Animal. It's easy and fun!
Students create a self portrait using the letter U as a face shape.
Observation is an important skill for artists and scientists alike. Conduct an investigation that includes the shapes o
Create a house for the lovable character Corduroy after experiencing Don Freeman’s book, Corduroy.
Will the groundhog see his shadow? Create a groundhog nameplate with Crayola® Color Sticks and make a prediction.
Children learn the days of the week by sharing their own versions of "Cookie's Week". Practice writing letters and drawi
Young children take pride in home and family while creating miniature versions of the homes where they live.
Challenge students to learn their spelling words in a slippery way. Use Crayola® Gel Markers to make a wiggly worm!
Keep track of the season, month, day, and date with this colorful, changeable calendar.
Inspired by the book "The Dot" by Peter Reynolds, students create their own dot "painting" using Crayola Twistable Slick
Capture animals in abstract drawings, finding the geometric shapes that make up animal faces and bodies.
Use geometric shapes to create a quilt block.
Discover Australian wildlife and Aboriginal dot paintings. Combine three fun art techniques together to make colorful an
Bring large numbers and math expressions to life! Create colorful numbers to wear as kids get moving in math class. Form
Learn about the rich history of African culture by creating a traditional African tribal mask. It will look authentic wh
Capture the exhilaration and the exhaustion of exercise in a watercolor resist.
Create a cuddly teddy bear pillow to snuggle with at bedtime. Transform an adorable two dimensional drawing into a three
Practice drawing geometric shapes by creating insects with Crayola® Dry Erase Crayons.
Take a trip to the Antarctica on an expedition to study penguins! How many different species can you identify?
Sometimes you just need an extra pair of hands to help you solve a challenging calculation, especially when you are lear
Get inspired by reading the book “Leaves” by David Ezra Stein. Watch your students bloom with confidence as they create
Smile for the camera! Let's take your picture!
It’s a herd! It’s a flock! It’s... collective nouns! Explore and illustrate these nouns that indicate a specific collect
Combine movement into active learning and art making in this lesson. Students learn and express concepts in radial symm
Polka dots with stripes…peanut butter burritos…that’s just the beginning of “mismatches” for delightfully diverse Mariso