From heart beats to tree leaves, children notice patterns and rhythms in daily life. When they draw what they observe, kids develop sorting and classifying skills.
Find a pattern that appeals to you: Listen to a friend's heart, the rain, or the beat of a drum in rock or Native American music. Ask an adult if you can make your own rhythm by banging on empty pots and pans. Look at a necklace with beads, or notice a bridge you built with blocks. How might you show this pattern on paper?
Cover your work area with newspaper. Choose your favorite colors of Crayola® Washable Kid's Paints. On a large piece of white paper, make patterns with colors or shapes using Crayola So Big Brushes or Paint Brushes. Dry.
How could you read the patterns-maybe by singing or tapping them with a wooden spoon? How could you dance the pattern?
From heart beats to tree leaves, children notice patterns and rhythms in daily life. When they draw what they observe, k
Find interesting shapes around the house and trace them with mess-free Crayola® Color Wonder™. The markers only color o
Waiting to take charge of your life and get organized? Create a colorful weekly chore chart that you can use again and a
Combine stacks of your favorite colors for some eye-popping art.
How does subtraction work? Count on Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils to help you figure it out!
This project is a shoe-in for fostering family ties. Children walk away with a leg up on fine-motor skills and shape awa
Create a fun and simple way to practice fractions with Crayola® Dry-Erase Crayons and a plastic plate.
Carved wooden cuckoo clocks from the Black Forest region of Germany are timely gifts. Kids create their own replica cloc
Our crayons have been rolling off the assembly line since 1903, and you can see how it’s done.