All systems are GO! Discover human anatomy from the inside out with these see-through illustrated diagrams of the human
Look into the digestive system as you imagine what happens to your favorite foods after you eat them.
Alaska is filled with natural wonders. None are more magnificent than glaciers. Discover how these enormous mountains of
What’s inside the crater of an active volcano? Bubbling red magma. Show molten lava flowing from a "fire mountain" that
Compare and contrast various forms of ocean life, identify shellfish by their shell characteristics, and create ocean sc
Create a tranquil underwater scene filled with fascinating fish that glow in the dark. Combine Crayola® Gel Markers with
Jump into Japan's geography with a 3-D topographic map! Students will proudly display these models of Japan's mountainou
Beetles and bugs are awesome! Take a close look at crawling creatures and draw one that's larger than life.
What do all inventors have? Creativity! Form a team to design an invention that could change the world.
Fascinated with animal feathers, scales, and shells that seem to change color when they move? Create your own naturally
What’s happening above your head? You can’t see the Earth’s atmosphere, but its layers are waiting for you to explore!
The animal sound effects from “Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People’s Ears: A West African Tale” by Verna Aardema really resona
Explore warm and cool colors and glue drawing in these breathtaking leaf watercolor paintings.
Research a coastal community, profiling physical, cultural, and other characteristics.
Can a simple strip of hand colored paper and two paper clips get students excited about math? Introduce topology with th
Draw and write about stormy settings, incorporating details about weather safety and how storms occur.
After listening to the story McElligot's Pool by Dr. Seuss which illustrates how the Earth's water systems are connected
Lilies symbolize hope and the miracle of new life. Celebrate the arrival of spring, or learn about Easter traditions, wi
Jellyfish are things of unique and great beauty, though best viewed from afar. Using recycled materials and Crayola® Sli
Volcanic eruptions invite exploration of the Earth’s interior. This colorful exhibit is perfect for a science fair proje
Build a model of the earth's crust with Crayola® Model Magic®.
How does the ocean move? Use a mixture of melted crayon colors to create motion in the ocean!
Create beautiful layered 3-D scenes in the striking style of famous Canadian artist, Ted Harrison. The unique technique?
Creative writing goes intergalactic with imaginary planet mobiles and fictional adventures in a new galaxy.