After enjoying “Diary of a Worm” by D. Cronin have students create mini books about other worlds existing under our feet
If a tea cup was suddenly made from fur could you use it in traditional ways? Creative and unexpected use of textures w
Let your students’ imaginations run wild with this inventive project! Using science knowledge, students create imaginati
Each year, the Australia Post issues special holiday stamps so Australians can mail greeting cards at a reduced rate. De
Ever go kayaking? It’s a thrilling water sport. Create a river course and imagine navigating white-water rapids!
Research trends and factors affecting how and where people live, then design a fantasy future home.
Explore abstract expressionism by studying the works of Wolf Kahn and create a unique landscape using Crayola® Oil Paste
Explore color mixing and exaggerated brushstrokes while painting a landscape like a Post-Impressionist!
Leaves are just doing what comes naturally when they change colors and fall from trees. Find out more about this process
Make a scratch-out picture with paint over crayon to show some signs of the season.
Base this lesson on a local zoo and let math be the inspiration for a science connection. This lesson is all about fract
What can you do with a bag of junk? Sort it, compare it, and practice recording the data in a table. What do you have in
Dig deep into an ancient Mexican culture! Recreate colors reminiscent of traditional turquoise and coral found on these
Create fanciful architecture with inspiration from nature like the famous Spanish architect, Antonio Gaudi.
Students go on a short field trip to the out of doors to observe weather conditions and document what they see on dry er
Setting goals helps everyone to achieve success. This activity will showcase the goals of members of the whole class in
What’s unique about an octopus? Dig out some facts, use a little imagination, and bring these surreal creatures up from
How can you tell an Asian elephant from an African elephant? Discover distinct differences, and similarities, between th
Did you ever see elephants wearing beautiful cloth, gold, silver, and brightly colored jewels? In Sri Lanka, hundreds of
Combine the facts of science with the abstract expression of art with this lesson about animals and their environment.
How can people work together to reduce hunger in your community? Identify local services and lend a hand to help erase h
You can make a rainbow with crayons, watercolors, prisms, and mirrors!
Paintings or drawings that show ships, trains and other modes of transportation have a story to tell. Students discover
Explore shelters around the world. Make crayon rubbings to construct textured models of homes where people in various cu
What's so great about planet Earth? Attract visitors to our world with a bright travel brochure.
Create a magical fairytale-like frog using Model Magic to create a sculpture placed on a cardboard lily pad.
Where do people get the energy used in daily lives here and around the world? Which resources create clean energy? How c
Capture the warm colors of fall by creating a gorgeous doorknob decoration with Crayola Model Magic®.
Discover the FANtastic world of waves. Students experience dynamic lessons on how waves look, sound and feel.
Explore the wonders of ancient Egypt then construct a 3-D pyramid on which to display your findings.
Why did Egyptians live in sun-dried brick homes? Step back in time to make this replica of a dwelling that was energy-ef
Introduce your students to this exciting new area of mathematics and invite them to teach their parents about something
Will the groundhog see his shadow? Create a groundhog nameplate with Crayola® Color Sticks and make a prediction.
Students research the planets in our solar system. Colorful Crayola Model Magic® creates an out-of-this-world 3-D scienc
Create brightly colored 'faux bark' paintings of flowers, birds and wildlife with Aztec and Mayan heritage on brown pape
Haiku is a "snapshot" of words, often related to nature or seasons. This poetry may not rhyme, but briefly captures a mo
Count the swinging, roaring and munching animals in this wild haiku zoo – and then count the syllables too!
Wait! Don’t throw that bottle cap away! In this lesson you will re-purpose objects thought of as trash to make an amaz
Looking for a project with "sole"? Introduce the Japanese art of Gyotaku while experimenting with creative coloring tech
Explore Thanksgiving and harvest traditions then create painted paper mosaic cornucopias.
Create a notebook with nutritional information about fruits and veggies. Stay healthy, fit, and informed about food choi
Hurray for horsepower! Make a timeline to show how coal, oil, animals, and many other energy sources enable people and v
Wild horses from the west can be created with simple handprints and crayon, using Crayola® Multicultural Paint and Crayo
Hunt for Happiness---during the third week in January or any day---with this delightful hippo mask.
Research and create posters about Galileo’s discoveries in science and physics.
Active kids are likely to be physically fit, make friends, be confident, and strive for goals! Their drawings capture th
Visualize a journey that incorporates no technology other than one’s own feet. Students re-imagine the passage of North
Combine bold lines and contrasting colors like a Fauvist to create a vibrant autumnal still life.