Pine cones, leaves, and other natural objects radiate when covered with gold Crayola® Premier™ Tempera and Glitter Glue.
Locks, channels, canals! The St. Lawrence Seaway represents a long-standing cooperative spirit between two nations. Crea
How can students erase paths to obesity? Becoming aware of healthy choices for foods and exercise can help.
Here’s a different way to illustrate after a class trip to the zoo or unit on animals. Children draw themselves from beh
No lights, no television, no computers.... What did families do without electricity? What would you do if the power sudd
To illustrate how to make the world a better place, students make brightly decorated oval shapes like the “rockfish” pic
Design an optical illusion! Discover a scientific principle called the Moiré Effect. Trick your eyes and brain with line
Imagine circus feats on other planets. Research gravitational, surface, and atmospheric conditions.
Students show what they know about how seasons affect our lives and what we do, see, and wear. Use Crayola® Washable Pa
Historic America is explored when a family takes to market and sells goods they made and grew during the year. With the
The Earth’s rocks and soil contain scientific AND historical mysteries. Capture dramatic desert or canyon colors with Cr
Identify trees by their leaf shapes and structures; then capture leaf symmetry with painted leaf prints.
Students use large brushes, tempera paint and oil pastels to create giant symmetrical flowers in the style of American a
Students create beautiful patterned paper with a printmaking process and then use the paper to create fish and other sea
Inspire discussion of basic human needs and world peace with this mobile design project. Integrate social studies, langu
Antarctica’s changing climate is making life more fragile for one of the continent’s most important inhabitants, penguin
Pigs! Pigs! Pigs! Students select a favorite book (or poem) about pigs. Create a pig-sized poster to highlight the most
Use creative paint techniques to create a scene of your neighborhood long ago.
Shapes go up in space when creating a solar system of squares, circles, triangles, and more.
How could plastic stop lying around in landfills and instead become fuel we need to heat our homes and run our cars? Cre
Swing high! Slide fast! Head for the seesaw with a friend. Learn how playground equipment works, then create a colorful
Playgrounds are fun, but how exciting and engaging would they be if designed by kids? This lesson challenges students t
Use Crayola® Gel Markers to add a colorful diagram to a report on the natural cycles of the solar system.
Did the horses escape from a sunken ship? Could it have been pirates? Discover what happens on this annual pony drive, m