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Thinking Sheet: SEEK the Artist’s Intent

Artists communicate messages through the use of composition, colors, patterns, and symbols. Respond to these questions to reveal the artist’s intent and the messages the art conveys. How can students use their visual voice to convey messages that spark positive change? Explore this question and...

Crayola Student Thinking Sheet_SEEK the Artist's Intent.pdf


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Using Social Emotional Learning Activities to Promote Global Citizenship

We found 9 SEL Activities that Promote Global Citizenship & Global Learning, by Andrea Moran, Population Education, January 2020 to be a valuable resource in the current environment. Use this Global Citizenship Thinking Sheet to help highlight Global Responsibilities; how to care...

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WEBINAR: Reimagining Back-to-School

Join the Crayola Education Team and our Special Guests as we discuss Reimaging Back-to-School in a new normal. SPECIAL GUEST EXPERTS Mario Rossero Executive Director National Art Education Association Sharon Defelice Director, Innovation & Consumer Insights ...

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WEBINAR: Creating Confidence & Growth Mindset

When something is created, something bigger happens! Join us as we explore what creativity means and bust creativity myths. Participants will receive Thinking Sheets that explore creative confidence and can be used with colleagues, students, and families. We will demonstrate...

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Uncover & Unleash Students’ Creative Potential PDF

In today’s classrooms, educators inspire future technological and social innovators, artists, and policymakers. How can their creativity be fueled so they reach their full creative potential? Read how to uncover students’ creative potential in this article from NAESP’s Principal Magazine. ...

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The Me You Don’t See and Where I’m going: Thinking Sheet for Students

Encourage students to reflect on what others don’t see or know about them. Have them sketch and write about their vision for their future, then map out pathways that could help them reach those goals. Looking at goals with a long-term view and forming a plan helps students develop self...

Handout_The Me You Don’t See and Where I’m Going_October webinar.pdf



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Emotions Alive - Design Thinking Activity

Finding ways to discuss feelings can help children recognize and manage emotions. In this project, children will have fun as they design a card game that weaves social and emotional responses into the game play to help build understanding of themselves and others. The game will focus on...

5-4-2020 DESIGN THINKING - Emotions Alive.pdf