How much does a container hold? Remember relative liquid measures with this capacity chart.
Imagine an environment unlike any on earth. Use Crayola® Crayons and Washable Markers to create a unique landscape, ble
These triangles twist and turn! How many different triangles can you suspend on a mobile?
Before roads crossed our nation, rivers served as roadways to move cargo. Learn about the engineering of the canal era o
Weave a decorative placemat to demonstrate the Kwanzaa principle of "umoja," or unity, among people. Celebrate this mode
Learning to use money to make change? Captivate the imaginations of clerks and customers alike with a variety of student
Explore the various modes of transportation used to move west across North America in the 1800s. Create a scene with pa
Students explore the possibilities of becoming a computer engineer, a Web master, or some other exciting computer career
Invite students to create one-of-a-kind picture frames for school photos to give as a gift or display at home.
Students create graphic artwork like FAPE artist, Roy Lichtenstein, using math and visual arts skills.
How many students would it take to give your school a metric hug? Work together to measure the building’s perimeter and
Study the phases of the moon. Test your knowledge with this exciting in-class moon game!
Inspire students to create an unusual view of their artwork as they use diagonal folding, rotating and flipping to compl
Create a plate to look like your favorite animal then add Crayola® Dry-Erase Crayons and you’ll have tons of reusable fu
Play a cool double dare game! Students figure out addition doubles on dry-erase boards.
Save classmates’ autographs. Collect school photos. It’s easy to make a colorful book to hold a year’s worth of best mem
Become a body ruler! Measure ears, arms, legs, or feet to gain a familiarity with metric lengths. Chart your findings in
Research the stories behind the constellations in the night sky and then connect the stars to see them for yourself!
Encourage students to collaborate in making a set of rules for the classroom, school cafeteria, and playground. Student
Be prepared! Design your own metric conversion chart to keep in your binder for quick reference.
Students create their own treasure maps using topographic symbols and a directional compass.
What is the science behind making a boat sail? Invite students to design a sail shape that works best in a classroom exp
Imagine you could put on someone else’s comfortable shoes. What would you see if you were walking in an unfamiliar place
The simple alteration of a photograph can speak volumes! Students combine the use of negative and positive space with la