At-Home Learning

At Home Learning Resources
        At Crayola, our mission is to help families and educators raise creatively alive children. Using creative tools and experiences, we provide educators with innovative teaching strategies, parents with tips and techniques, and children with colorful tools that bring their imaginations to life. We believe in creativity in learning and would like to share the following resources to help families Create-to-Learn at-home
Art-Infused Lesson Plans 

For remote teaching and learning, Crayola offers thousands of art-infused lesson plans that can be easily adapted for virtual experiences.

For Monthly access to Making Stories Visible lesson plan ideas with our partners at Follett, Click HERE!

For On-demand access to more than 1,700 Crayola lesson plans, Click HERE!

Parent Resources

Learn more about Crayola’s digital resources available for parents to explore new skills in art, math, reading and science with children, all while making family time a learning adventure.

Free weekly at-home learning videos available on the Crayola YouTube Channel!


Create-to-Learn Kits

Schools and families are partners in learning. Explore these curriculum-connected kits designed to extend learning beyond the classroom.

Art Sets & Inspiration

Help your little artist stretch their imagination to the moon and beyond with Crayola art sets and kids’ easels. There’s no limits to what they can create with a little push from our creative tools! Parents and teachers love them just as much as kiddos do!

Looking for craft inspiration? Explore DIY Crafts and Projects!

For Art Techniques, Click HERE!

Our Create-to-Learn take-home kits combine colorful art supplies (enough for 3 projects in every kit)!

Looking for more videos like this? If you’ve previously purchased creatED Create-to-Learn kits
for your classroom or home, contact us to gain access to other videos.

Share your Home Learning Activities with Crayola!

We want to hear from you! Share how you are working with your students at-home or in a virtual learning environment.
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