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Students create a self portrait using the letter U as a face shape.
Explore growth cycles through the seasons then create original chalk drawings of pumpkins ready for harvest.
Count, subtract and add—in English and Arabic! Children create furry stick-puppets to keep track of how many donkeys are
Students can create anything 2-dimensional on a Crayola® Dry-Erase Board. Take a digital image and upload to a class dro
Children learn the days of the week by sharing their own versions of "Cookie's Week". Practice writing letters and drawi
Children’s EI (Emotional Intelligence) needs to be nurtured and fed just like their IQ. Literature does this very well.
Keep track of the season, month, day, and date with this colorful, changeable calendar.
Learn about the rich history of African culture by creating a traditional African tribal mask. It will look authentic wh
Create a "dinosaur dig" where young paleoartists discover buried fossils and draw portraits of what they feel their dino
Using Crayola® Dry Erase Crayons and Construction Paper Crayons, create 3-dimensional flower and paper leaf designs for
Students show their favorite holiday event on a personalized gift bag. Decorate these handy bags for treats on any speci
How do pets or wildlife care for their young? Discover how young animals change as they grow!
"How Do You Hug a Porcupine" ("Como Abrazas a un Puercoespin?”) by/por- Laurie Isop is the inspiration for students to c
Blackbirds are popping from this pie! Find out the origins and meaning behind favorite childhood rhymes.
Capture the exhilaration and the exhaustion of exercise in a watercolor resist.
With this simple puppet made of coffee filters and Crayola Construction Paper Crayons, soar along as a baby bird goes on
How did jack-o'-lanterns become Halloween symbols? Use Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils to "carve out" a contemporary v
Inspired by The Monster Who Came to School, students create their own fabulous monsters.
Create a cityscape with dynamic colors popping against a dark background.
Where do children feel most at home? Children identify and represent settings where they feel comfortable and cozy.
Bright orange carrots and juicy red tomatoes; green grapes and yellow pineapples....
Get toddlers excited about good nu
Students explore the works of Frida Kahlo’s self-portraits and the rain forest animals in her paintings.
Everyone collects something. And like the characters in “A Three Hat Day” by Laura Geringer, our collections give us com
Primary grade students will love creating these colorful construction paper gingerbread people after reading variations