Addition and subtraction story problems are sweeter with cherries, cherry pies, and cherry trees.
Research images and designs on paper money then print your own personalized paper money.
India’s Taj Mahal is a work of architectural genius. It is also a monument to the love of a wealthy emperor for his quee
Discover the differences between Realism and Stylization in art, and show off your own unique style!
What’s happening above your head? You can’t see the Earth’s atmosphere, but its layers are waiting for you to explore!
Create an erupting volcano! Magnets and a cookie sheet add to the reality of this 3-D project.
Observe the pulling power of magnets by making your own amazing maze! Use magnets to guide figures around turns, into d
Storytelling meets math when you write stories in which your hero is a magical, math-ical dragon!
Looking for a fun way to practice long division with remainders? Create a board game to race cars to the finish.
How do animals blend in with their surroundings? Their coats and feathers help them survive. Use your imagination to imi
Work together to weave a multicolored basket with Crayola Model Magic® Naturals. Fill it with words that celebrate diffe
Play a cool double dare game! Students figure out addition doubles on dry-erase boards.
Build a model of the earth's crust with Crayola® Model Magic®.
Write your autobiography (up to now) and predict your future. Imagine your whole life—set before you on a 3-D box!
Lilies symbolize hope and the miracle of new life. Celebrate the arrival of spring, or learn about Easter traditions, wi
Locks, channels, canals! The St. Lawrence Seaway represents a long-standing cooperative spirit between two nations. Crea
Kids become map-makers as they take a new look at the school neighborhood!
The story of Nefertiti and the dynamic malleability of Crayola Model Magic® make an exciting project with which to begin
What happens when you combine an art technique called sgraffito with the beauty of spiral designs in nature? You get a c
Many cities are home to ethnically diverse people. Toronto, London, New York, Hong Kong—which city will you show in your
Introduce, or refresh, the concepts of 3-dimensional shapes and volume with your students. Investigate Joel Shapiro’s us
Design an original board game to use math skills.
Making adding money fun with a coin rubbing card game.
Map your own neighborhood—or anywhere you can imagine—and create a place to play on the playground at the same time.