A single black dot can be a hole to look through, but what about two or three? Students will love imagining possibilitie
Crack the code! Conceal a secret message by creating a cipher. Exchange decoder dials with classmates to reveal the hidd
To illustrate how to make the world a better place, students make brightly decorated oval shapes like the “rockfish” pic
Does something need to be perfect to be beautiful? Middle school students will reflect on broken objects and create “fra
Discover the joy of cooking ethnic recipes! Compile a multicultural class cookbook using metric measurements.
Find all of the different shapes that can be made by arranging Crayola Dry-Erase Crayons end to end on an individual dry
Caring communities include space for nature! Create a convincing ad for a home for a native plant or animal.
Use math skills to create designs like M.C. Escher! A tessellation is a shape that, when drawn, makes even the negative
Do you love when warm spring winds start to blow? Design a decorative kite using no-mess Color Wonder™ Soft Sticks™.
Combine the facts of science with the abstract expression of art with this lesson about animals and their environment.
Get students into graphing with this colorful method! They'll want to track many additional activities when they see how
Investigate and experience the fun of M. C. Escher’s tessellating shapes. Students create their own tessellating shapes
Let students show you how beautiful they can create radial designs while you sneak in several mathematical concepts. Thi
Estimate, calculate, and compare the metric and U.S. customary weights of favorite everyday objects. Write and erase you
Want to review spelling words, math facts, or science vocabulary? This ring-toss game adapts to almost any curriculum ar
Paintings or drawings that show ships, trains and other modes of transportation have a story to tell. Students discover
Design a box to hold yummy recipes from diverse family food traditions. Collect them in the classroom and around the wor
Egypt’s Great Sphinx may be the original lion king! Invite your students to join archaeologists working to conserve this
Students display their geometry genius by creating a poster of popping triangles.
Help students explore bits of the Swahili people by learning a handful of words in Kiswahili, a language spoken by over
Students practice their exponents while creating fun resources for future reference.
Create the illusion of 3-dimensional space in the Op Art style of Victor Vasarely.
In temperate climates, winter brings rain, sleet, freezing rain, hail, and snow. How is water changed into so many diffe
Invite students to create one-of-a-kind picture frames for school photos to give as a gift or display at home.
Create a magical fairytale-like frog using Model Magic to create a sculpture placed on a cardboard lily pad.
Save classmates’ autographs. Collect school photos. It’s easy to make a colorful book to hold a year’s worth of best mem
Learning how to add two or more numbers? This appealing, child-made board game integrates, math, science, and the visual
Encourage students to collaborate in making a set of rules for the classroom, school cafeteria, and playground. Student
Where do people get the energy used in daily lives here and around the world? Which resources create clean energy? How c
Get to know comets! Students examine the components of comets and how they orbit the sun. Illustrate a glistening diagra
Introduce your students to this exciting new area of mathematics and invite them to teach their parents about something
Create a Polar Bear in his habitat, surrounded by the colorful Northern Lights using blended watercolors.
What's left in art when you take away anything that looks like something? Kandinsky did it---leaving color, line, shapes
Create a colorful work of art using symmetry as the subject.
Students create pop-up books to remind themselves to take good care of those smiles!
A simple painting that introduces the concepts of symmetry and congruency.
Invite students to look at the world like Pablo Picasso did, analyzing geometric patterns. Create a Cubist still life, f
Alexander Calder was an influential American artist known for his abstract paintings and sculptures. In this lesson stud
Students investigate how sheep fleece is turned into wool yarn by hand, then show what they know in a 3-D shadowbox.
This is a creative way for kids to see information! Take some not-so-exciting statistics that students gather and make i
Capture shadows for a shadow dance!
Explore daily life in Mexico, particularly the practice of the mid-day siesta. Use Crayola® Fabric Crayons to design a
Use Crayola Dry Erase Crayons to draw and compare polygons with a partner. What is similar? What is different?
Use Crayola® MiniStampers and Markers to create patterned designs similar to traditional Ashanti Adinkra cloth.
Invite your students to trace the 7,000-mile-long Silk Road with traders and their camels. Imagine traveling across the
Crayola® Model Magic snowmen demonstrate understanding of the different physical forms of water.
Why sing "The Twelve Days of Christmas"? Why are there 12 days, anyway? And why so many birds? Use this familiar song to
Bring in some fun and ‘kitschy’ design into your presidential study! Use the Caldecott Medal book So You Want to Be Pres