With this simple puppet made of coffee filters and Crayola Construction Paper Crayons, soar along as a baby bird goes on
To illustrate how to make the world a better place, students make brightly decorated oval shapes like the “rockfish” pic
Review and write letters of the alphabet illustrating them with dry erase crayons to create a comfort and familiarity wi
Students create a snowy owl puppet to fly through the night.
Students create a hat to protect them from the sun. What elements do you need to include?
"The Foot Book" by Dr. Seuss inspires children to create Kandinsky-like abstract paintings.
Numbers are everywhere!! Turn a stroll around the neighborhood at night into a counting extravaganza with Crayola® Gel M
Inspired by the book "The Dot" by Peter Reynolds, students create their own dot "painting" using Crayola Twistable Slick
Students create a self portrait using the letter U as a face shape.
"How Do You Hug a Porcupine" ("Como Abrazas a un Puercoespin?”) by/por- Laurie Isop is the inspiration for students to c
Create a silly spider spinning a sparkling web by simply squirting glue!
Shapes may be seen everywhere in nature. Studying the appearance of the moon throughout the month highlights some regula
Keep track of the season, month, day, and date with this colorful, changeable calendar.
How do pets or wildlife care for their young? Discover how young animals change as they grow!
Students create tangible sets of numbers (of things) on matching construction paper pieces and the infinite world of mat
Everyone collects something. And like the characters in “A Three Hat Day” by Laura Geringer, our collections give us com
Build self-confidence in our young artists as they use a mono-print transfer technique to create self-portraits by looki
Try an easy art technique to create dramatically colorful paper with paint. Use the student-created art paper to make cu
Children learn the days of the week by sharing their own versions of "Cookie's Week". Practice writing letters and drawi
Graphically illustrate blossoming literacy skills with a wrap-around-the-room vocabulary word display.
How would you paint the world differently? That’s the question that “Liang and the Magic Paintbrush” by Demi poses to it
How many times can you toss your bag into the box?