Students create their own stencils and make an overlapping design with smudged crayon.
With Twistables Slick Stix Crayons and recycled materials, construct the object of your fear and inhabit it. Be it big l
Creating, presenting and responding to works of art are explored in The Private/Public Self project. This creative multi
In “Max Found Two Sticks” by Brian Pinkney, Max expresses himself through rhythmic sounds. In this activity, students dr
Introduce, or refresh, the concept of surface area to your students with an investigation into the Joel Shapiro “Untitle
Is there a creature in your milk carton?
Perfect before, during, or after any lesson, this “anytime” activity fosters curiosity and response to learning. Just gr
Children are fascinated by animals. This activity provides them the opportunity to create original faces to play with!
Use scale as you plan a realistic fantasy garden of all of your favorite fruits and vegetables.
Students use numbers they are familiar with to create a design repeating the numbers that are created with various lines
Which foods have seeds inside? Investigate the size and shape of seeds from tasty fruits as you create a colorful compar
Miniature Portraits are remarkably small-scale paintings used as personal keepsakes or as jewelry from various cultures.
Students create wearable facts to present information about the decade they were born in.
What will the future hold for your town? Students will explore how technology influences progress as they create a color
Children create shapes out of everyday materials.
What's your favorite letter?
Have fun with sponges and paint! Students create a beautiful collage of fun shapes.
Transform a simple pinch pot into these swimmingly slick creatures that live beneath the sea.
Create an original creature! Students will research the physical features of their two favorite animals and create a com
Uncover the history behind modern shoes and the similarities between styles of the past and those of today. Students sho
Research ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics and tell a wall story with an interesting crayon resist technique.
Which item does not fit with the others? Recognizing similarities and differences is creative fun with this anytime game
Draw the states of matter: solid, liquid and gas. Use Crayola® Dry-Erase Crayons to create an original drawing of water
Help children build their self-confidence as they create self-portraits emphasizing that they are INDIVIDUALS and an imp
Students create a paper collage using painted paper and Crayola florescent paint.
Hold the phone – in a stylish cell phone holder of your own design! Students use their measuring skills to create this c
Mystery writers coordinate story elements to develop surprise endings with hidden illustrations.
Students will draw a Picasso like portrait using Crayola Oil Pastels on black paper.
Read “The Leopard’s Drum,” and then invent patterns—with words, drums, or hands. Children represent their sounds visuall
Crayola® Dry-Erase Crayons make solving complex problems following order of operations colorfully fun and easy. Figure o
Why do we have eyes? What do we do with them? Why should we take care of our eyes?
How many times can you toss your bag into the box?
Intrigue classmates with a Mystery Map using hidden words, facts, and hints to locate treasures.
Explore the art of creating positive and negative space with Crayola® Bright Fabric Markers, and draw a colorful name de
Students draw a river or road using one point perspective and add an original poem to complete this work.
Study the many organic shapes of flowers through the eyes of Georgia O’Keeffe. Create a drawing inspired by local plant
Express yourself with Illuminated Letters! Decorate your initials with delicate layers of bright watercolor details.
Do you feel happy today? When do you feel sad?
Explore literature in a visual way by discussing the abstract artwork of Frank Stella. Create a Fantasy Design based on
Explore angles and two-dimensional figures! Measure geometric shapes and design an original stained glass image.
Students will construct a a painting tool and manipulate it with magnets to create an abstract piece of art.
Students construct an abstracted landscape from a photo. Students use patterns to create various parts of the landscape
Inspire the class to think about what they could do if they had an additional body part borrowed from an animal like Imo
When children can count items once and in numerical order, they are ready to make small groups.
Capture a character from your original story of life in a castle.
History and culture head for the fashion runway as students study fabric and clothing from other times and places.
Invest some time in learning about the stock market. Your time could really pay off!