Weekly Family Project Video & Lesson: If I Was There In this week's #CreatetoLearn #FamilyProjects we learn that stories that are personally relevant help children understand the difference between fact and fiction. Watch the video here, then using the downloadable PDF, create figurines to represent themselves, and illustrate scenes from a story as they imagine, "What if I was there?" This activity encourages children to make connections between their art, stories, and personal experiences.
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STEAM Challenge: Design an Innovative Product Looking for a fun and engaging end of the year project that students can do at home? Join the Crayola #STEAM Challenge!
REPLY to Participate: Give your colleagues a tip! Share your favorite way to integrate art into subjects like social studies, science, math, or English. How do you encourage your students to create to learn? Upload their art here.
#SayitColorfully Downloadable Coloring PagesSometimes the biggest smiles come from a simple thanks. Download these fun, FREE #SayitColorfully Thank You Coloring Pages and share with your families to encourage students to share their gratitude with the heroes in their life!
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