Make a board game demonstrating all the reasons why clean water resources are so important.
With every person in the United States producing approximately 150 gallons of wastewater a day, the treatment of water b
The iconic blue toned Delft pottery of the Netherlands is delicate, eye catching, and finely detailed. In this lesson, s
What was the family entertainment center in the early 1900s? A radio! Trace the growth of this fascinating invention and
Bring the Bill of Rights to life! Create a visual Bill of Rights to hang in the classroom using Crayola™ Color Sticks™ C
Weave golden sticks through paper printed with gold leaves. This wall hanging is a natural to make an impression!
Design a miniature Statue of Liberty—to scale! Inspire small groups of future engineers, poets, lawyers, and journalists
When Hawaiians plan a family get together, they make a lei for everyone coming to the event. Welcome guests to your clas
Greet school and classroom visitors with special occasion painted cloth wallhangings.
Students learn about the culture of West Africa as they observe specific colors, designs and style of these beautiful ma
Leif Ericson and his Vikings may have been the first Europeans to come to Newfoundland. Sail on a legendary journey in y
Students draw themselves in proportion to larger and smaller creatures.
If you could shrink yourself to the size of a bug, what would you see? Imagine how HUGE your shoes look to a tiny creatu
Where do your favorite things originate? Discover how world economies depend on each other to create materials, products
Make magnificent magnets to use when you take a vote on Valentine's Day to find out your friend's favorites!
How does geography influence people and places? Discover how natural features such as coastlines shape architecture, job
Is your knowledge about the Earth’s layers rock solid? Create a down-to-Earth 3-D display with Crayola Markers.
The ocean’s surface really is just the tip of the iceberg! Oceanographers have found amazing creatures that adapt to dra
What’s growing in your classroom? Record how a plant, animal, or you are changing. It’s a cinch with Crayola® Markers!
Use Crayola Erasable Colored Pencils to draw a favorite food. Then erase it, piece by piece! Are you using fractions? Su
Imagine having to move to a new ‘home’ taking with you only possessions you could carry. What would you take? Leave behi
Who likes plain vanilla ice cream? How about pecan mocha fudge? Or cotton candy? Create a 3-D classroom graph with Crayo
Count, subtract and add—in English and Arabic! Children create furry stick-puppets to keep track of how many donkeys are
Save the Earth’s limited resources by planning. Combine trips to go places. This early mapping experience helps pave the