Start a school birthday tradition! Use Crayola® Washable Window Markers or Crayola Window Crayons to draw self-portraits
Construct a twelve-sided paper globe to display facts learned while exploring Antarctica.
Students make a faux stained glass design using Crayola Window Crayons on wax paper.
Start with a simple shoe shape and create a fantasy style shoe design with a new, exciting purpose!
George Washington did have false teeth, but were they made of wood? Find out what they were made of and create a poster
Several U.S. presidents were born in or lived in log homes, including Abraham Lincoln. Make a replica of one or their ho
Abraham Lincoln's Gettysburg Address gets a modern makeover.
Why do countries celebrate their independence days with fireworks? Why do people hang national flags on patriotic holida
Create a beautiful West African Adinkra Cloth and learn about the culture of the Ashanti people. Get bold results with C
What would you do if you were a national leader? Invite students to imagine themselves as the head of a government.
Watch interest in trees and ecology grow as students create a forest of 3-D trees representing multiple species.
What took nearly 3 years to travel from Washington, D.C., to Galveston, Texas? Celebrate Juneteenth with a replica of Li
Celebrate national leaders! Open the doors and windows of a government building to reveal memorable accomplishments of p
This is a super easy and colorful project for the winter holiday season using markers and craft odds and ends from aroun
Students explore the not-so-serious side of our 16th President, Abraham Lincoln.
Explore proportion and geometry! Create a vibrant watercolor of your bedroom.
A new twist on an old favorite- 3-D pointillism! Students explore the artwork of Georges Seurat and create a masterpiece
Research images and designs on paper money then print your own personalized paper money.
Study homes and habitats from the past then move into the future to construct innovative new living spaces.
Decide on your own personal words to live by after studying slogans and mottoes used by modern and historic leaders.
Study African weaving patterns and design orientations to create vibrant artwork with Crayola® Gel Markers on dark paper
What would it be like to be a U.S. President? Design your own Oval Office in the White House, decorated with your favori
How are elections held? What do government leaders do? Begin with a briefcase that opens up new branches of learning.
Learn about Chinese culture, celebrations, and traditional symbolic writing then include characters and images in an ori