Students use everyday classroom materials to create a head and shoulders self-portrait with a large, unfolding hug.
Children often need to make difficult choices in order to help their families. Read a picture book about such a child in
Create a classroom book! Combine short narratives with art to make a compelling piece of original literature.
In perfect lines and rhymes the story of Madeline, by Ludwig Bemelmans, tells the tale of twelve little girls through ra
Introduce young students to maps by having them create their own map with lines for roads printed with car wheels.
Children love to imagine what they may become. Imagine with them, as they visually explore possibilities after reading
This cards-on-a-clothesline activity is a low-tech, high-touch activity for math beginners. Who’s ready to count and cru
Design money, open a store, add up purchases, make change—this game is packed with consumer math!
Tick, tock, it’s time to help students learn to read analog clocks with this quick, dry erase activity.
After listening to and discussing the book "On the Moon" by Anna Milborne and Benji Davies, students incorporate shapes
Build self-confidence and develop leadership in young artists as they use a variety of Crayola media and techniques to c
Students learn the definition of texture through discussion and experiencing a series of Crayola® Crayon rubbings of fou
Students and teacher share the book "Thank You Day" by Farrah McDoogle. Students draw pictures of people they would like
Which lettering style do you prefer? Fancy fonts? Serifs? Sans serifs? Write alphabet letters, names, or any words in se
Explore the community helpers theme by having students imagine and express themselves as adult workers in this color fil
Count, subtract and add—in English and Arabic! Children create furry stick-puppets to keep track of how many donkeys are
A word blend game makes learning grammar easy!
Create a plate to look like your favorite animal then add Crayola® Dry-Erase Crayons and you’ll have tons of reusable fu
Use alliteration in fantasy animal poetry then create a drawing using letters to form patterns and textures.
Nocturnal animals are fascinating! Find out Who’s Hooting in a nearby field or forest. Creatures of the night call out f
How do students use water, every day or for fun? Create a book about why water is important.
Use Crayola® Oil Pastels to make stenciled skies with stellar effects.
Catch the wind and see colors spin! Hang a wind spinner beside an open window or under a protected porch roof to catch t
If you could shrink yourself to the size of a bug, what would you see? Imagine how HUGE your shoes look to a tiny creatu