Where do children feel most at home? Children identify and represent settings where they feel comfortable and cozy.
Make decorative discs by pressing shapes into Crayola® Air-Dry Clay. The possibilities for making detailed impressions a
Students work in groups to create a detailed diorama about the book Pictures of Hollis Woods.
Research on innovation and the cutting edge technology that turns plastic waste into fuel inspires students as they crea
Learning how to add two or more numbers? This appealing, child-made board game integrates, math, science, and the visual
Explore symmetry in nature. Investigate the insect world, then create colorful butterflies, dragonflies, damselflies, an
What’s inside the crater of an active volcano? Bubbling red magma. Show molten lava flowing from a "fire mountain" that
Yen, Euro, Dollar, Peso, Pound, Rupee, Ruble, Baht, and Yuan - Explore the world of international exchange rates with ba
Get to know classmates by interviewing each other. Connect with new friends and stand them up in colorfully creative cat
The animal sound effects from “Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People’s Ears: A West African Tale” by Verna Aardema really resona
How do different countries observe Labor Day? Create a cube to honor jobs that men and women do.
Hop from islands to mountains, from permafrost to tropical rainforests. Explore glaciers and coral reefs. Display the di
Wet-on-wet watercolor and crayon techniques help capture the motion of autumn's falling leaves.
Classmates collaborate to illustrate—and then present a mock talk show—about a country’s land formations and features. P
Promote reading while comparing and contrasting favorite books.
Which creatures live on the ocean floor? In which zone? Depict life in either the sunlight, twilight, or midnight zone—a
Grab your gills and fluff your fins to make art based on science! Research a fish, gather photos, and model a fun, reali
What’s happening above your head? You can’t see the Earth’s atmosphere, but its layers are waiting for you to explore!
Explore warm and cool colors and glue drawing in these breathtaking leaf watercolor paintings.
Lilies symbolize hope and the miracle of new life. Celebrate the arrival of spring, or learn about Easter traditions, wi
Oil pastels can be used to create self-portraits with painterly effects.
Write your autobiography (up to now) and predict your future. Imagine your whole life—set before you on a 3-D box!
Build a model of the earth's crust with Crayola® Model Magic®.
Students pour math equivalents into this project as they practice liquid measurement skills and challenge friends!
What would you wish for if you had three wishes? Students make "magic" pebbles and create a flap book to show their wis
Observe the pulling power of magnets by making your own amazing maze! Use magnets to guide figures around turns, into d
Create an erupting volcano! Magnets and a cookie sheet add to the reality of this 3-D project.
Create a 3-D presentation of the landscape where you live, or landforms anywhere in the world. The foreground, middle gr
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
Do wish you had a magic button to make larger addition and subtraction math facts easy? Use this strategy to turn addend
Explore symmetry by examining the human face.
Research images and designs on paper money then print your own personalized paper money.
Found objects can create rhythmic patterns when printed. Find some interesting found objects such as tops of jars, soda
Combine geometric designs while honoring the entire universe! Discover how colors and shapes have meaning in traditional
Explore the traditional Maori culture of New Zealand. Then create a bird kite that really flies.
Oh Canada! Study the mighty maple and create a spatter painting with Crayola® Washable Paint and an old toothbrush.
Math and social studies teachers team up their students to explore the mathematical four color theorem and apply it to m
Challenge your mapping skills! Interpret a map by plotting a trip. Have a classmate try to figure out your destination!
This design project requires students to use a simple nine square grid to create like images in groups of twos or threes
Explore addition and subtraction while creating a garden! Add or subtract petals to balance each side of your garden.
Explore how Lane Smith’s illustrations contribute to the mood created by the words of Jon Scieszka in their book, The Ma
Serve up a helping of math! Use plastic plates and Crayola Dry-Erase Crayons to practice math facts with your students.
Can a simple strip of hand colored paper and two paper clips get students excited about math? Introduce topology with th
After listening to the story McElligot's Pool by Dr. Seuss which illustrates how the Earth's water systems are connected
How much does a container hold? Remember relative liquid measures with this capacity chart.
Volcanic eruptions invite exploration of the Earth’s interior. This colorful exhibit is perfect for a science fair proje
How does the ocean move? Use a mixture of melted crayon colors to create motion in the ocean!
Create a cherished keepsake or gift! Fill this accordion-fold book with memories of great times shared with family, team