After painting a warm or cool colorful transitional background, students explore negative and positve space imagery by c
What’s the matter? Solid, liquid, or gaseous? Students shape up their physics knowledge with a Model Magic® mobile that
Capture shadow puppets by tracing them and turning them into stick puppets.
Test force, motion, and friction. Build an adjustable roller ball race track with a cardboard box.
Students investigate how sheep fleece is turned into wool yarn by hand, then show what they know in a 3-D shadowbox.
Did you know that the largest waterfall in the world is underwater? Students learn more about the Earth’s waterfalls and
Napoleon started this monument, which became Paris’s great triumphal arch. Construct a replica of the Arch de Triomphe,
Inventions shape the way we live everyday. Create a shining, new invention that will benefit our daily activities!
Create an educational poster about the historical women of the U.S. space program called The Mercury 13.
Santa on a speedboat or surfboard instead of a sleigh? December is warm in much of the world. Design holiday cards to fi
An out-of-this-world imagination will help your students write and illustrate a space adventure.
Is a picture worth a thousand words? Use art to make a point with a political cartoon.
Space travel has captured imaginations for generations. Combine creativity and problem solving to construct a 3-D spaces
Add "bling" to any science project, such as this insect drawing, with new technology!
Creativity and fun erupt as students use their knowledge of simple machines to build toys!
What happens when you combine an art technique called sgraffito with the beauty of spiral designs in nature? You get a c
Create 2-dimensional symmetrical butterflies with beautiful patterns and colors.
Celebrate Chinese New Year with a magnificent dragon parade! Or design this accordion-fold mythical creature to reenact
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
Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes! What animals change more than tadpoles? Show the life stages of frogs in this hopping biology proje
Track how Edison's inventions changed everyday life. Imagine a world without lightbulbs or sound recordings!
Introduce young students to basic physics principles with this exciting race car activity.
Create light, sparkly snowflakes! Decorate a package, trim a tree, or hang them in winter windows. Let it snow!
View the landscape from a new perspective, using your imagination to creatively paint objects as they would appear from
Learn how to mix and apply tertiary colors to flowers in the style of American artist, Georgia O’Keeffe.
Explore how gravity and the moon affect tides. Find out how tides are useful to man.
Enjoy the cross-curricular possibilities for your students as they delve into the timely topic of recycling and solving
After listening to and discussing the book "On the Moon" by Anna Milborne and Benji Davies, students incorporate shapes
Display facts about the stars on a unique telescope replica.
The book, Swimmy by L. Lionni, inspires a paper painting mural by students recreating a major event in the book! Art an
Experiment with water drops to see how molecules stick to themselves! Delicate Water Striders take advantage of surface
Introduce children to the mysteries of the night sky with this imaginative storytelling lesson that focuses on the forma
Kites are fascinating. From a simple celebration of spring to a springboard into topics such as aerodynamics, weather, o
Tsunamis, or gigantic waves, are one of the most destructive natural disasters. Discover how they’re formed, deep under
Taking art outdoors, this lesson explores shadows and light through contour figure drawings. Students will have fun imag
Poems and pictures portray our gratitude for Earth's natural resources.
You are there! Putting your foot down on the Moon's surface. Learn about the first Moon landing and mark the event with
Plan an imaginary trip anywhere in the world; then draw and paint groups in the clothes of the culture.
Hear, read, write, draw and talk about scientist and inventor Thomas Alva Edison.
How will you go places in the future? Use your imagination to think of new possibilities!
Invite students to research the native Inuit people of Canada. Create sculptures of a natural figure using Crayola® Mode
Create a work of art from the natural beauty of tree rings.
How well-kept are playgrounds in your neighborhood or school? Encourage children and adults to help erase playground clu
Collectively, the seasons create a rainbow. Students identify and draw natural elements from each season. Combined toget
Capture amazing rain forest birds with a scratch-out crayon technique.
See with clear vision the forces that cloud our air, water, and Earth’s soil.
Camouflage your favorite rainforest animals!
From snack packages to worn-out tires and nuclear waste, people keep generating trash! Students do their share to help s