Discover animal habitats under sidewalks, tree roots, at the beach, or near ponds. Fascinating creatures can be found al
Amish communities are famous for their quilts and unique style of life. Show how the Amish work together by creating a r
Put nature into perspective with a landscape painting. Students apply the art terms of horizon, vanishing point, foregro
This exercise in visual literacy introduces students to a visual form of note taking that leads to exciting storytelling
Can a simple strip of hand colored paper and two paper clips get students excited about math? Introduce topology with th
Join in the fun of Mardi Gras! Have a ball making these elaborate, decorative masks. Display them for Halloween and othe
Have your students mastered Simon Says; Red Light, Green Light; and Mother, May I? If so, try out this challenge!
Create an original classroom book! Each student will create his own page in this fantastic display of language arts and
View different ways that artists have represented the human figure. Focus on images of an art installation in China by a
Where do children feel most at home? Children identify and represent settings where they feel comfortable and cozy.
A festive and fun kick-off activity made using Crayola® Washable Markers and lots of bling before starting a more seriou
Use art to learn about the Civil Rights Era and the Gee's Bend Community.
Build a flow chart to show the early achievements of computer scientists in the early days of the modern computer.
Transfer your knowledge of the color wheel to a color cube!
Students create original sculptures using everyday materials.
A famous section of Beijing, the capital of China, is surrounded by a moat. Imagine being in The Forbidden City, where a
Observation is an important skill for artists and scientists alike. Conduct an investigation that includes the shapes o
Imagine gliding past lush tropical islands, dramatic glaciers, or crystal clear ice floes! Get ready to cruise the Carib
Make dioramas depicting the endurance of an old world culture in modern times.
Facial expressions are often the first clues to people’s moods. Create a mask that shows a Distinct Disposition.
What happens when you mix up your paint colors?
Leaves are just doing what comes naturally when they change colors and fall from trees. Find out more about this process
Explore Prince Edward Island with Anne of Green Gables! Draw and describe this enchanting Canadian island in an accordio
Illustrate the drama of historical events and movements in a simple pop-up book format using crayons and colored pencils
Create a 3-D monster based on Matt Mitter’s book, Hungry Monsters. What will your monster eat?
Every family values its cultural traditions. Highlight classroom diversity with this colorful classroom quilt.
Find beauty in people's faces and their features! This colorful, textured portrait celebrates human diversity.
Learn how islands are formed and build models of different kinds of islands to illustrate learning.
How did you remember that? Students create original color memory games to assist with developing fine motor skills and v
Children observe seasonal changes to detect how plants and animals are affected.