Do animals have feelings? Read about famous animals who have displayed human like emotions. Create expressive “pet portr
Tie together shaped poetry with watercolor animal sketches to create a cohesive artistic expression with a very silly si
Antony and Cleopatra have been the subject of a tale fraught with drama for many years. Cleopatra was always depicted we
Our vocabulary and lives are filled with words, sayings and things from other countries. They have become part of our ev
Students extend the story in the book Extra Yarn by placing themselves into the storyline.
Create a deck of cards using historical people as subjects. Along with the name of the person include fun facts. The car
Students use their knowledge of geometry to skate the Polar Regions with the Arctic animals!
Explore Martin Jenkin’s book, Chameleons Are Cool, and find out why chameleons change color. Then create your own chamel
Count the swinging, roaring and munching animals in this wild haiku zoo – and then count the syllables too!
Customs and traditions connect cultures, peoples and families. This art piece celebrates the connective fibers of our fa
In the cold and ice George Washington and his troops crossed the Delaware River in 1776 in Durham boats to surprise the
Charles Darwin was a naturalist and geologist best known for his evolutionary theories. While visiting the Galapagos Isl
Students can create anything 2-dimensional on a Crayola® Dry-Erase Board. Take a digital image and upload to a class dro
Taking art outdoors, this lesson explores shadows and light through contour figure drawings. Students will have fun imag
Inspire discussion of basic human needs and world peace with this mobile design project. Integrate social studies, langu
After enjoying the book “Smelly Socks” by R. Munsch with the class, discuss the biographical information that can be gat
This Science + Art activity has students incorporating fact-based drawings while using their color illustrations to find
Go wild with lines, designs and colors! Imagine that you get to design an art installation that will be in a New York Ci
In 2016, at the US Embassy in Beijing, China, a special sculpture will be installed. Invite students to create a mini ve
Relax reluctant artists who feel drawings must look like photographs with this exercise in blind line drawing.
Create an aquatic scene on glass waving through the sea life with alliteration.
My Blue is Happy by Jessica Young is a delightful book about colors for children young and old. It explores the concepts
Ed Ruscha is an American pop-artist and one of the many artists supported by FAPE (Foundation for Art and Preservation i
George Washington did have false teeth, but were they made of wood? Find out what they were made of and create a poster
Watch interest in trees and ecology grow as students create a forest of 3-D trees representing multiple species.
Combine bold lines and contrasting colors like a Fauvist to create a vibrant autumnal still life.
Students draw favorite animals and include descriptive adjectives in their artwork.
Explore the sights of New York City by creating a storyboard and characters from a favorite book.
Encourage freedom of expression with this activity focused on the art of Jackson Pollock.
Students carry on deep dialogues with an artist’s works, applying what they learn about the time period and the artist t
Explore nature through printmaking on gel plates. Students connect art and the natural world in this fun and engaging le
Neon is actually a phenomenon that occurs when you mix electricity and a noble gas. Learn how this work and create a neo
Students transform the classroom into a sea of fish with this colorful oceanography project!
Creativity and fun erupt as students use their knowledge of simple machines to build toys!
Learn about the life of artist Henri Matisse and create artwork with a technique he called “Drawing with Scissors”.
View different ways that artists have represented the human figure. Focus on images of an art installation in China by a
Students create graphic artwork like FAPE artist, Roy Lichtenstein, using math and visual arts skills.
Students learn about Josie’s carvings after reading Pictures of Hollis Woods. What kind of carving would Josie make of t
With a few simple materials, students can improve their fine motor skills and make beautiful snowflakes experimenting wi
Looking for an arts integrated math lesson? Have students demonstrate various ways to count to eleven by using their ima
Students create playful pop-ups to present character studies of mythological figures using colored pencils, markers and
Explore public art as students find, photograph, design and present solutions two and three dimensionally for artistic e
Create a unique, stunning display of the Earth’s landforms. Showcase learning with textured materials such as sandpaper,
What would it be like to take a trip to Alaska in the coldest, darkest months? Create a virtual tour of the "Land of the
Write colorful acrostic poems! It's easy with Crayola Dry-Erase Markers!
Capture the exhilaration and the exhaustion of exercise in a watercolor resist.
Design, create, and paint a fantasy creature using paper maché and recycled materials.
Letter-writing takes a new turn with this stationary that wraps right up into its own envelope.