Make a board game demonstrating all the reasons why clean water resources are so important.
How can something so small be so spectacular? Explore the structure of carbon, the foundational element for all living t
Create a city of geometric shapes and primary colors as seen through the eyes of the artist, Piet Mondrian.
With Twistables Slick Stix Crayons and recycled materials, construct the object of your fear and inhabit it. Be it big l
"How Do You Hug a Porcupine" ("Como Abrazas a un Puercoespin?”) by/por- Laurie Isop is the inspiration for students to c
Introduce, or refresh, the concept of surface area to your students with an investigation into the Joel Shapiro “Untitle
Students create original books using two small mandalas. Math, science and nature, art principles and writing are combi
Play tag like the Spaniards do!
Use Crayola® Washable Markers and wet Crayola Paint Brushes to create original artwork of wetlands plants and flowers.
Mae Jemison made history on the Endeavour spaceship—an apt name for her many accomplishments. What must students endeavo
Creating, presenting and responding to works of art are explored in The Private/Public Self project. This creative multi
Students create wearable facts to present information about the decade they were born in.
Design and decorate a symbolic carp streamer in the Japanese tradition of Kodomonohi (Children's Day).
Each city in the world has a skyline all its own. Use the rainbow of hues with Crayola Washable Markers to create a colo
Setting goals helps everyone to achieve success. This activity will showcase the goals of members of the whole class in
With this simple puppet made of coffee filters and Crayola Construction Paper Crayons, soar along as a baby bird goes on
Stop hunting and poaching! Rhinoceroses are an endangered species in Africa. Imagine you are on a nature reserve in Bots
Link the visual and language arts! After drawing memories in the style of folk artist Clementine Hunter, classmates tell
Play Concentration with a twist--match halves of proverbs or pictures from Japanese folk tales, for example. Create clam
WOW! Traveling in a new form of transportation across new terrain must be a very exciting experience; students create bo
Wood to make pencils is harvested from forests. Discover how pencils have an environmental impact—and why reforested woo
Students learn about Josie’s carvings after reading Pictures of Hollis Woods. What kind of carving would Josie make of t
What high-tech invention is most intriguing? What scientific discovery is truly amazing? Build a replica and discover th
Miniature Portraits are remarkably small-scale paintings used as personal keepsakes or as jewelry from various cultures.
Imagine you lived in a castle in France, Germany, or Italy during the Middle Ages. What crops would grow on the land? Gr
Explore a variety of watercolor techniques, including crayon resist, to paint a sky indicating time of day or weather c
Where can your family recycle cans, bottles, and newspapers? Create a colorful 3-D reminder to reduce landfill space!
Uncover the history behind modern shoes and the similarities between styles of the past and those of today. Students sho
What will the future hold for your town? Students will explore how technology influences progress as they create a color
Create a castle with recycled boxes, Crayola® Washable Sidewalk Paint, and a good imagination. Write a play script for t
Create a coat of arms for the family!
Did you know that the largest waterfall in the world is underwater? Students learn more about the Earth’s waterfalls and
Compare modern with traditional African tribal cultures by researching how individual and group identity are expressed t
Caring communities include space for nature! Create a convincing ad for a home for a native plant or animal.
Is it a setting for a Medieval play, contemporary mystery, or royal family? This castle comes complete with finger puppe
How in this media rich era can we use students’ creative energy to develop original songs and visual posters that captur
Explore the mysteries of caves as you create original crayon resist cave scenes.
Discover more about the life of a king cobra. For what is it really hunting?
Children explore ways to turn "enemies" into friends while making these hand decorated invitations to friendship.
Students can create anything 2-dimensional on a Crayola® Dry-Erase Board. Take a digital image and upload to a class dro
Research ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics and tell a wall story with an interesting crayon resist technique.
Explore celebrations across the globe! Capture a celebratory moment of your own by designing a colorful fabric banner!
St. George’s Day (or any day) is the perfect time to celebrate brave deeds. Create colorful bravery badges for yourself
Classmates collaborate to illustrate—and then present a mock talk show—about a country’s land formations and features. P
Which item does not fit with the others? Recognizing similarities and differences is creative fun with this anytime game
Help children build their self-confidence as they create self-portraits emphasizing that they are INDIVIDUALS and an imp
Explore the art of creating positive and negative space with Crayola® Bright Fabric Markers, and draw a colorful name de
Who is your hero or heroine? Create a unique, handmade book that tells the story of bravery, such as Kate Shelley’s rema