Use knowledge of, a and experiences with, food sources to decide where food comes from.
Students create original sculptures using everyday materials.
When I grow up, an architect I will be!
Students use their knowledge of fish to practice sorting.
Invite children to share some of their favorite foods. Follow-up with a discussion of how nutritious their choices are f
Children are fascinated by animals. This activity provides them the opportunity to create original faces to play with!
Why do we have eyes? What do we do with them? Why should we take care of our eyes?
Students use the changing of Autumn to engage their knowledge of color.
Children observe seasonal changes to detect how plants and animals are affected.
Is there a creature in your milk carton?
How do the seasons change our plants?
Science, math, language, and art merge when children record weather.
How does our clothing change with the weather?
What do you see at the zoo?
This activity spans the seasons and school year!
Discover how artists use everyday objects in creative ways! Transform an old memento into a dazzling picture frame and u
Create an aquatic scene on glass waving through the sea life with alliteration.
Students explore how food groups contribute to our health. In doing so, they design reusable shopping bags to remind the
With every person in the United States producing approximately 150 gallons of wastewater a day, the treatment of water b
Promote healthy sleep habits and discuss why sleep is important for proper brain function. Use Crayola® Bright Fabric Ma
Who can be an artist? There are plenty of well-known people but there are also lots of ordinary folks who are creating a
Can a simple strip of hand colored paper and two paper clips get students excited about math? Introduce topology with th
Here’s a story that never gets old. After reading Simms Taback’s version of There was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly, k