Students apply their knowledge of living things above and below the ground in a watershed ecosystem by painting an illus
Play a game in pairs that challenges students to describe and classify their knowledge and research into one word catego
Challenge students to learn their spelling words in a slippery way. Use Crayola® Gel Markers to make a wiggly worm!
The most common falcon in North America is the American kestrel. Soar with your own beautiful bird of prey!
Explore nature and art through Eric Carle’s book about a busy spider.
The inventor of the mobile and stabile was the American artist, Alexander Calder. In this lesson students will create ki
Capture animals in abstract drawings, finding the geometric shapes that make up animal faces and bodies.
With the book “Is This a House for a Hermit Crab?” by Megan McDonald as a jumping off point, students create a matching
Visually illustrate a powerful evolutionary advantage of humans with a simple tracing activity using crayons and colored
Connect with an ancient culture with Model Magic masks! Discover what role masks played in Aboriginal life, and apply th
Construct a twelve-sided paper globe to display facts learned while exploring Antarctica.
Observation is an important skill for artists and scientists alike. Conduct an investigation that includes the shapes o
Create a dreamtime symbol in the style of modern Aboriginal culture.
Students study building design, learning new vocabulary, then put their learning to work as they present relief tiles of
Imagine building a replica of the Great Wall of China! Start with one section and add to it all year as you learn more a
After enjoying “Diary of a Worm” by D. Cronin have students create mini books about other worlds existing under our feet
Fragile forests are disappearing! Learn why, discover the damaging effects, and inspire people to act now to save our Ea
A famous section of Beijing, the capital of China, is surrounded by a moat. Imagine being in The Forbidden City, where a
Capture shadow puppets by tracing them and turning them into stick puppets.
Science and art come together in these pastel and watercolor ocean resists inspired by Swiss-German artist Paul Klee.
What happens when your wheelchair won't fit in a movie theater or you can't see well enough to cross streets safely? Mak
Will the groundhog see his shadow? Create a groundhog nameplate with Crayola® Color Sticks and make a prediction.
Using Crayola® Dry Erase Crayons and Construction Paper Crayons, create 3-dimensional flower and paper leaf designs for