Showcase your community’s leaders by creating colorful banners honoring their commitment and service.
Explore daily life in Mexico, particularly the practice of the mid-day siesta. Use Crayola® Fabric Crayons to design a
Children use their knowledge of geometry to create personal versions of Samoan Siapo bark cloth.
How do the Navajo weave such beautiful rugs? Create your own replica Navajo weaving with Crayola® Rainbow Twistables™.
Use Crayola® MiniStampers and Markers to create patterned designs similar to traditional Ashanti Adinkra cloth.
Invite your students to trace the 7,000-mile-long Silk Road with traders and their camels. Imagine traveling across the
Recycle plastic containers into an Art Nouveau sandcastle that gleams in the light. Encourage your students to build mas
St. Lucia Day is a family Advent tradition in Scandinavia and Italy. These crowns are worn by girls as part of their cel
Investigate how living things depend on each other for survival needs, then use color blending to make a unique rainfore
How in this media rich era can we use students’ creative energy to develop original songs and visual posters that captur
Why sing "The Twelve Days of Christmas"? Why are there 12 days, anyway? And why so many birds? Use this familiar song to
Invite students to create one-of-a-kind picture frames for school photos to give as a gift or display at home.
Planning a school carnival or fundraiser? Use Crayola® Washable Sidewalk Paint to create a festive atmosphere, exciting
Weave a basket? Sure! Explore how the Caribs of Dominica use natural materials to create beautiful handcrafted baskets.
School can seem like a world of its own! Encourage your students to represent their school in a symmetrical mandala, and
With Crayola® Gel Markers, dress up plain lunch bags. Turn them into glittering royal puppets. Put on a fairy-tale show
Rell Sunn, a famous Hawaiian, proved that women could ride the big waves as well as men. Show your favorite athlete in a
Encourage students to collaborate in making a set of rules for the classroom, school cafeteria, and playground. Student
Students visualize how supporting details strengthen main ideas with this vibrant cityscape of skyscrapers supported by
Investigate the roles brave men and women have played in your nation's history as you learn about patriotic holidays.
How is your community planning to remember the anniversary of 9/11? Create your own classroom memorial with colorful dra
On Chinese poetry and art, a small red square announces, "I made this." Students design a personal Chinese character sta
What's the secret message? Students create a secret code and antique-looking paper. Who can decipher the messages on the
Design the ultimate recreation facility, community center, or other new use. Help bring a rundown area of the community
Telescopes help us see beyond our world. Let your creativity shine with this stellar project!
Children make colorful see-saws and creatures to ride on them in this engaging activity that encourages scientific obser
What happens when seeds are planted? Children document plant growth from planting to harvest.
With a few simple materials, students can improve their fine motor skills and make beautiful snowflakes experimenting wi
Break the panic of writer’s block with this visual imaging project! Ask students to draw a detailed sketch or diagram of
Introduce the history and etiquette of silverware and place settings. Invite students to make creative table settings on
Successes and failures are part of achievement. Share the poem "Casey at the Bat" then create original drawings of your
Students use visual literacy and creative thinking skills to collaboratively design pop up stage sets that dramatize his
Refresh conservation convictions with this student-led persuasive project. Develop skills to change minds and improve th
Observe the painting style of French artist Henri Matisse. Create mood with color and a soft edge painting technique!
Kids can use Angelina’s many poses as inspiration for their own ballerina drawings in chalk pastel. Even boys love seein
What's left in art when you take away anything that looks like something? Kandinsky did it---leaving color, line, shapes
Feed teens’ appetite for popular music with this lesson inspired by songs that reflect the times in which they were writ
Colorful posters display information learned about R&B singers, musicians, and instruments.
Art can help heal deep, historic wounds. Students create a book to show knowledge and feelings about regrets of the past
Invite students to look at the world like Pablo Picasso did, analyzing geometric patterns. Create a Cubist still life, f
Students investigate how sheep fleece is turned into wool yarn by hand, then show what they know in a 3-D shadowbox.
Did you know that the largest waterfall in the world is underwater? Students learn more about the Earth’s waterfalls and
Billboards, commercials, vibrant packaging…. Invite students to focus intently on just one of the many stimuli they are
‘Tis the season to shine! What word or words captures feelings about the holidays?
Invite students to discover Desmond Tutu, a fascinating man who tried to bring nonviolent change to South Africa.
Students combine art, angles and geometric shapes with portraiture in this project inspired by American artist Samuel Ro
Inventions shape the way we live everyday. Create a shining, new invention that will benefit our daily activities!
To assist with understanding the people, history, and culture of the people of Korea, students investigate South Gate of