Create a plate to look like your favorite animal then add Crayola® Dry-Erase Crayons and you’ll have tons of reusable fu
Give students the chance to play with coin amounts to discover different payment combinations using Crayola® Dry-Erase c
Inspired by The Monster Who Came to School, students create their own fabulous monsters.
Imagine you could put on someone else’s comfortable shoes. What would you see if you were walking in an unfamiliar place
Design an original board game to use math skills.
Making adding money fun with a coin rubbing card game.
Leif Ericson and his Vikings may have been the first Europeans to come to Newfoundland. Sail on a legendary journey in y
How far is it from the classroom to the cafeteria? Let’s draw a map and find out!
Count on an alien to help you practice reading, labeling, and counting while playing a fun matching game.
Where do your favorite things originate? Discover how world economies depend on each other to create materials, products
Kids become map-makers as they take a new look at the school neighborhood!
Practice counting in Chinese using a comet counting tool designed with Chinese numerals.
Use Crayola Erasable Colored Pencils to draw a favorite food. Then erase it, piece by piece! Are you using fractions? Su
Students create and share valuable pictures with coin rubbings.
Create these splashy fish as you count with author Lois Ehlert of Fish Eyes.
Animals and insects line up to be counted in painted scenes.
Students formalize their knowledge of numbers with these counting creations. The bubble numbers hold a beautiful number
Around the world, women are accomplishing wonders! Create a 3-D game to highlight notable women in sports, science, poli
Looking for an arts integrated math lesson? Have students demonstrate various ways to count to eleven by using their ima
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.