Draw the states of matter: solid, liquid and gas. Use Crayola® Dry-Erase Crayons to create an original drawing of water
Liven up the drudgery of a phonics lessons with a carnival game. Any question and response lesson may be played on this
Students sail away on miniature Crayola® Model Magic boats that they research and create themselves!
Keep up with the time! This erasable clock face is perfect for practice!
Transform yourself into a fantastic new creature, using design elements and principles of visual organization to make a
Students use numbers they are familiar with to create a design repeating the numbers that are created with various lines
Before roads crossed our nation, rivers served as roadways to move cargo. Learn about the engineering of the canal era o
Design an ad to convince classmates to read a wonderful book! Create a market for enthusiastic book reports.
How many do you have?
Explore celebrations across the globe! Capture a celebratory moment of your own by designing a colorful fabric banner!
Study the many organic shapes of flowers through the eyes of Georgia O’Keeffe. Create a drawing inspired by local plant
Explore a variety of watercolor techniques, including crayon resist, to paint a sky indicating time of day or weather c
Explore the various modes of transportation used to move west across North America in the 1800s. Create a scene with pa
Read “The Leopard’s Drum,” and then invent patterns—with words, drums, or hands. Children represent their sounds visuall
Bananas are a ubiquitous fruit—but what do children really know about them? Explore how banana plants grow, their fibers
Create a coat of arms for the family!
Students trace around their hands to imitate the look of intricate henna designs on paper. These traditional, temporary
Measure and design! Determine the perimeter of a space and create a map of your favorite room.
Transform a simple pinch pot into these swimmingly slick creatures that live beneath the sea.
Read and write myths and legends about celestial bodies then portray the personalities of the sun, moon, and stars in Mo
Learn about flower structures and their functions then create original pencil drawings that burst with blooming colors!
Students will create a sparkly space scene using tin foil, Crayola Window Crayons, Crayola Dry Erase Crayons and black c
Which item does not fit with the others? Recognizing similarities and differences is creative fun with this anytime game
Compare modern with traditional African tribal cultures by researching how individual and group identity are expressed t
Inspire students to create an unusual view of their artwork as they use diagonal folding, rotating and flipping to compl
"The Busy Tree" by Jennifer Ward inspires students to create original outdoor environments using their body parts as mod
Explore the art of creating positive and negative space with Crayola® Bright Fabric Markers, and draw a colorful name de
Capture a character from your original story of life in a castle.
Reach for art supplies—and reach for the stars, set goals and dreams for the future!
Discover more about the life of a king cobra. For what is it really hunting?
How do boats move?
Explore angles and two-dimensional figures! Measure geometric shapes and design an original stained glass image.
Making adding money fun with a coin rubbing card game.
Explore the life cycle of butterflies with a fluttery mobile. Find out how to attract these fragile, beautiful creatures
Why do some thermometers show two different temperatures? Students create their own dual-scale thermometer.
Students will draw a Picasso like portrait using Crayola Oil Pastels on black paper.
Introduce, or refresh, the concepts of 3-dimensional shapes and volume with your students. Investigate Joel Shapiro’s us
When children can count items once and in numerical order, they are ready to make small groups.
Students create and share valuable pictures with coin rubbings.
Follow the searching line technique used by Alexander Calder in his sculptures, mobiles, and paintings as you create an
After experiencing a read aloud of "Chameleons are Cool" by Martin Jenkins students create an original environment with
What is the science behind making a boat sail? Invite students to design a sail shape that works best in a classroom exp
Students talk and learn about proportions to draw a face.
Students draw a river or road using one point perspective and add an original poem to complete this work.
Make change in the community! Create a symbolic coin that showcases a pledge to make your town a better place to live.
What wonderful item did Alexander Graham Bell invent? History and technology come together in this recycled construction
Affirm self-image and visualize success by creating original artwork showing the achievement of personal goals.
Invest some time in learning about the stock market. Your time could really pay off!