Take a deep, deep look at creatures of the deep, deep sea! Students create a 3-D model of an amazing ocean creature, ins
Students visualize how supporting details strengthen main ideas with this vibrant cityscape of skyscrapers supported by
Invite students to research the native Inuit people of Canada. Create sculptures of a natural figure using Crayola® Mode
How well-kept are playgrounds in your neighborhood or school? Encourage children and adults to help erase playground clu
Try this slick technique to create wild lines and reveal hidden colors! Explore the art of Albrecht Dürer and use lines
Making a 'Sand Cake" by creating a series of texture rubbings in a process lesson as if children were making a cake by p
Students rocket into space while creating a compelling dimensional picture of the planet Saturn and its fascinating ring
See with clear vision the forces that cloud our air, water, and Earth’s soil.
Kites are fascinating. From a simple celebration of spring to a springboard into topics such as aerodynamics, weather, o
From snack packages to worn-out tires and nuclear waste, people keep generating trash! Students do their share to help s
Historic landmarks, astronomy, math, and British geography are integrated in this intriguing exploration on the mysterie
Poems and pictures portray our gratitude for Earth's natural resources.
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.
Make up a story or tell one you already know by illustrating it on recycled CDs! Students create a traditional Sioux sto
How will you go places in the future? Use your imagination to think of new possibilities!
Create a work of art from the natural beauty of tree rings.
Camouflage your favorite rainforest animals!
Create a replica of a tropical island, complete with palm trees, coral reefs, and other wildlife.
Collectively, the seasons create a rainbow. Students identify and draw natural elements from each season. Combined toget
Natural phenomena are endlessly fascinating! Create a model of an erupting volcano and let off some steam.
Students bring a book to life with a fun matching game about stripes found in nature.
Invite students to explore the mysteries of the bottom of the sea, depicting ocean animals, plants, shipwrecks, and unde
What is a tsunami? Find out more by creating a picture based on the Japanese painting The Great Wave.
Use ears, eyes, hands and imagination to create a colorful underwater scene as described by a partner.
Where does the sun appear in your sky at different times of the day? Use Crayola® Dry-Erase Crayons to record your data
Who’s eating these flowers? Why do the leaves have holes? Find out which insects are feasting at The Leaf Café!
What plants and animals live above the ground? Which can you find under the soil? Imagine a garden teeming with life!
Use your imagination as diving gear as you swim down deep to the ocean floor.
Get to know the living things in the great big underwater world.
Create an educational poster about the historical women of the U.S. space program called The Mercury 13.
Design your own underwater exploration invention using recycled materials.
Add "bling" to any science project, such as this insect drawing, with new technology!
When you look out on the ocean, what do you see? Underneath those cool blue waves are mountains and canyons, just like o
Is a picture worth a thousand words? Use art to make a point with a political cartoon.
Use Crayola® Colored Pencils and Crayons to display the chemical elements of the periodical table on large, colorful inf
What happens when you combine an art technique called sgraffito with the beauty of spiral designs in nature? You get a c
Create one-of-a-kind layered fact books in amazing shapes. The tentacles on this octopus swivel, for example, so your re
Create a plate to look like your favorite animal then add Crayola® Dry-Erase Crayons and you’ll have tons of reusable fu
Create 2-dimensional symmetrical butterflies with beautiful patterns and colors.
Use alliteration in fantasy animal poetry then create a drawing using letters to form patterns and textures.
Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes! What animals change more than tadpoles? Show the life stages of frogs in this hopping biology proje
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
Track how Edison's inventions changed everyday life. Imagine a world without lightbulbs or sound recordings!
Learn how to mix and apply tertiary colors to flowers in the style of American artist, Georgia O’Keeffe.
Introduce young students to basic physics principles with this exciting race car activity.
The power and devastation of volcanoes ensures their place within the mythology of many cultures throughout history. Cre
Explore how gravity and the moon affect tides. Find out how tides are useful to man.