Visit gardens, farmer's markets, and groceries so children can see first-hand the wide variety of fresh food colors. Search for unusual food colors such as purple and blue. Write an experience story and thank you notes after each visit.
As children search for food pictures, cut them out (age 4 and older), and then sort by color, they learn about nutrition and art, and use analytic thinking and small motor skills. Literacy skills blossom as children write color words and use new vocabular
Whenever an art project is done with children ages 3 and younger, close adult supervision is required to ensure safety. Younger children can tear pictures, or an adult cuts for them.
With your friends, chose your favorite food colors. Label a sheet of poster board for each color, such as Red Foods, with Crayola® Washable Markers.
Search through magazines for food pictures. Tear them out (age 3 and younger) or cut them with Crayola® Scissors.
Sort your pictures into the poster colors. Glue them on with Crayola® Glue Sticks.
Study the complex, geometric ornamentation of Islamic art. Discover intricate, authentic Zillij designs using math and a
How did the Plains Indians create and use their shields? Design a realistic replica of a Crow or Kiowa circular shield.
Can you identify a state or country from its outline? Are you able to fit the states or provinces of your country togeth
Six-sided frozen crystals fascinated Wilson "Snowflake" Bentley. See how he studied and photographed these delicate stru
Who can grasp solid geometry? Make 3-dimensional shapes to manipulate into polyhedra using Color Explosion™ paper.
Is it a snake? A garden hose? A worm? Design and decorate a Sparkling Serpent mask that lets your imagination—and creati
Our crayons have been rolling off the assembly line since 1903, and you can see how it’s done.