Could you travel 75,000 miles in 30 years? Moroccan traveler Ibn Battuta did—by foot, horse, camel, or boat—in the 1300s
Explore how gravity and the moon affect tides. Find out how tides are useful to man.
Tick, tock, it’s time to help students learn to read analog clocks with this quick, dry erase activity.
Who could use a helping hand in your family, neighborhood, or school? Put together coupon books for doing good deeds for
Tarantulas are huge, hairy, and terrifying! Learn more about this colorful, mysterious arthropod before designing one's
Imagine you could put on someone else’s comfortable shoes. What would you see if you were walking in an unfamiliar place
Invite your students to contribute to their community of caring! Gather memorable symbols of qualities such as honesty,
Free to play? Or busy with homework? Hang these colorful signs on your door so you can concentrate!
Create a plan for a neighborhood walking trail or other public facility. Improve recreational opportunities for people a
Express team spirit and unique personal style! Students create replicas of a traditional totem poles as a get-to-know-yo
After listening to and discussing the book "On the Moon" by Anna Milborne and Benji Davies, students incorporate shapes
Create an imaginative game—based on technology—to play again and again! What a great way to express one's frustrations a
The book, Swimmy by L. Lionni, inspires a paper painting mural by students recreating a major event in the book! Art an
Let’s make a deal! Explore the use of symmetry and pattern seen on wampum treaty belts. Design a treaty belt of your own
Classmates design 3-panel story sequence scenes about the same story, then compare designs.
In the cold and ice George Washington and his troops crossed the Delaware River in 1776 in Durham boats to surprise the
Students recall a favorite moment from a story and bring it to life through their artwork.
Children's author Virginia Hamilton is the inspiration for drawing and writing original stories.
Make a board game demonstrating all the reasons why clean water resources are so important.
Turtles are found in almost every part of the world. Students investigate what we can learn from these fascinating creat
What's so special about each of us? Use Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils and Watercolors to display their talents and
Use Crayola® Washable Markers and wet Crayola Paint Brushes to create original artwork of wetlands plants and flowers.
Design and build a totem sculpture using animals that represent family and heritage using Crayola® Color Explosion!
Word Processing has come a long way since its inception. Now there are so many font choices that choosing the best font
With every person in the United States producing approximately 150 gallons of wastewater a day, the treatment of water b
Celebrating? First day of school? Performance jitters? Disappointed? Whatever the feeling, students begin to chill out w
Students explore with letters as they make subtle changes from one word to another. Later comes the challenge to string
The iconic blue toned Delft pottery of the Netherlands is delicate, eye catching, and finely detailed. In this lesson, s
Mansa Musa, the Lion of Mali in western Africa, is part fiction and part fact. Students recreate brilliant textiles from
Everybody in the world lives in a watershed. Where does the rain mainly drain where you live? Follow the water all the w
Students create an intricate stained glass pattern. On tracing paper, translucent marker colors seem to glow in sunlight
Experiment with water drops to see how molecules stick to themselves! Delicate Water Striders take advantage of surface
Tsunamis, or gigantic waves, are one of the most destructive natural disasters. Discover how they’re formed, deep under
What was the family entertainment center in the early 1900s? A radio! Trace the growth of this fascinating invention and
Discover the vibrant colors and patterns of traditional African fabrics! Students create a classroom textile quilt that
Have fun with color in a way that Andy Warhol did! Use copy machine copies as the basic work while students focus on the
Students learn the definition of texture through discussion and experiencing a series of Crayola® Crayon rubbings of fou
Add dimension to a painting by using a craft stick and Crayola® Texture Mixing Medium to create a textured masterpiece.
Children the world over enjoy cutting out paper dolls. Use this simple traditional toy and the creative style of collage
Bring the Bill of Rights to life! Create a visual Bill of Rights to hang in the classroom using Crayola™ Color Sticks™ C
Decorate colored pencils for the winter holidays with fun Crayola Model Magic® toppers! They make great party favors and
Rah! Rah! Rah! Three cheers for your school. Show your loyalty by creating "spirit wear." Use Crayola Fabric Markers to
Weave golden sticks through paper printed with gold leaves. This wall hanging is a natural to make an impression!
Get to know new classmates or club members with these fun, foam puzzles. Mix up the pieces to find new friends.
Research the great wave of immigration to the United States in the 1800s then create a model of an immigrant marketplace
Students send postcards from space to show their knowledge of other planets.
Design a miniature Statue of Liberty—to scale! Inspire small groups of future engineers, poets, lawyers, and journalists
Study voting rights then have students create a "Wanted" poster focusing on a famous suffragist.