Everything you need to unleash kids' imaginations
Hold a favorite color election then construct graphs to present data.
Stick up for sharp-toothed creatures who get a bad rap! They are just trying to survive like all other animals.
Keep up with the time! This erasable clock face is perfect for practice!
Study homes and habitats from the past then move into the future to construct innovative new living spaces.
Which instruments are played in a marching band? Concert band? Jazz band? Create and decorate detailed, life-size replic
What are the rules for safe bike riding? Embed a safety message in this colorful helmet poster!
Compare modern culture with African tribal cultures by researching how individual and group identity are expressed throu
Give your brain a "puzzling" bilingual workout! Expand your vocabulary with crosswords that classmates invent for each o
Do snakes frighten you? Discover more about the life of a king cobra. For what is it really hunting?
Look deep into an Ancient culture, and decode a visual language of simple dots and lines! Use these symbols to create a
People around the world are working for peace. Create this universally recognized symbol of harmony as a reminder of wha
Make change in your community! Create a symbolic coin that showcases your pledge to make your town a better place to liv
Draw a bird’s-eye view of neighborhood streets! Map the way from home to school.
Build a flow chart to show the early achievements of computer scientists in the early days of the modern computer.
Create your own dreamtime symbols in the style of modern Aboriginal culture.
Learn how islands are formed then build models of different kinds of islands to show what you've learned.
Study the artwork of Robert Rauschenberg then create an original collage with written analysis.
Start a school birthday tradition! Use Crayola® Washable Window Markers or Crayola Window Crayons to draw self-portraits
Face painting is an ancient tradition! Explore the creative designs used by Australia's native peoples, who have painted
Our crayons have been rolling off the assembly line since 1903, and you can see how it’s done.