What would it be like to take a trip to Alaska in the coldest, darkest months? Create a virtual tour of the "Land of the
Watch interest in trees and ecology grow as students create a forest of 3-D trees representing multiple species.
What pets are feed, walked, or groomed? Izak, who lives in Lapland, takes care of a reindeer! Match animals with owners
Create a house for the lovable character Corduroy after experiencing Don Freeman’s book, Corduroy.
Students make a faux stained glass design using Crayola Window Crayons on wax paper.
Science and art come together in these pastel and watercolor ocean resists inspired by Swiss-German artist Paul Klee.
Corn (maize) was a staple in the Aztec culture. Show the Aztec’s sophisticated corn-growing techniques in a realistic di
Keep up with the time! This erasable clock face is perfect for practice!
Play a game in pairs that challenges students to describe and classify their knowledge and research into one word catego
Start with a simple shoe shape and create a fantasy style shoe design with a new, exciting purpose!
The blue whale is the largest animal ever to have lived on earth! Create a life-like, miniature sculpture of this fascin
What healthy foods do food banks and soup kitchens provide? Show them in an awareness-building grocery-bag mobile.
Take action! Create a book of facts to identify endangered animals, threats to their survival, and ways people can help.
Explore the world of compromise. Read Ladybug Girl and Bumblebee Boy by Jacky Davis & David Soman and reflect on the imp
Students create a self portrait using the letter U as a face shape.
Compare and contrast various forms of ocean life, identify shellfish by their shell characteristics, and create ocean sc
Explore nature and art through Eric Carle’s book about a busy spider.
Children learn the days of the week by sharing their own versions of "Cookie's Week". Practice writing letters and drawi
The inventor of the mobile and stabile was the American artist, Alexander Calder. In this lesson students will create ki
With the book “Is This a House for a Hermit Crab?” by Megan McDonald as a jumping off point, students create a matching
If you could have an animal body, what creature would you be? Why? Invite students to draw their dream animal and then s
Native people living on the Great Plains depended on buffalo for survival. Discover many uses for their hides—and other
Encourage students to see how much they really understand about animals and the habitats. This 3-D group project has the
Explore proportion and geometry! Create a vibrant watercolor of your bedroom.