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Late Arrivals PDF: Crayola Create-to-Learn Family Projects

Addressing the concept of time in stories helps children understand how sequence impacts the plotline of any story, whether it is real (non-fiction) or imaginary (fiction). In this at-home project, children will create illustrations that reflect the beginning, middle, and end of a story...

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If I was There PDF: Crayola Create-to-Learn Family Projects

When stories are personally relevant, children are better able to figure out how to distinguish fact from fiction. In this at-home project, children will create personal figurines (small sculptures or puppets that represent themselves) and illustrate scenes from a story. With the help of...

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Do You See What I Hear VIDEO: Crayola Create-to-Learn Family Projects

"Do You See What I Hear?" prompts reading comprehension and inspires children to create, present, respond, and connect as they learn. Understanding stories involves listening and visualizing. In this activity, children will create illustrations based on a story they have heard or read. "Do You...

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Late Arrivals VIDEO: Crayola Create-to-Learn Family Projects

"Late Arrivals" enhances writing skills and inspires children to create, present, respond, and connect as they learn. Addressing time in stories helps children understand how sequence impacts the narrative. In this at-home video activity, children will create illustrations that reflect the...

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If I was There VIDEO: Crayola Create-to-Learn Family Projects

"If I Was There" prompts reading comprehension and inspires children to create, present, respond, and connect as they learn. Stories that are personally relevant help children understand the difference between fact and fiction. In this at-home video activity, children will create figurines to...

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What Happened Next PDF: Crayola Create-to-Learn Family Projects

When children read or hear stories and notice that events are out of order, it not only tickles their sense of humor, it gives them an opportunity to create new meaning and new outcomes that change the original stories. In this downloadable lesson, children will illustrate a sequence of events...

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What Happened Next VIDEO: Crayola Create-to-Learn Family Projects

"What Happened Next?" prompts reading comprehension and inspires children to create, present, respond, and connect as they learn. Sequencing helps children understand the main idea of a story and how changing the order can change the meaning and the outcome. In this at-home video activity,...

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Storytime Surprises PDF: Crayola Create-to-Learn Family Projects

How do we help young writers use the power of imagination to change familiar stories and create new ones? How do we help learners identify and explain the differences between non-fiction and fiction? Using drawing and storytelling, children will create books that modify familiar tales and...

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Storytime Surprises VIDEO: Crayola Create-to-Learn Family Projects

"Story Surprises" prompts reading comprehension and inspires children to create, present, respond, and connect as they learn. Stories spark listeners’ curiosity and help children to understand the difference between fiction and non-fiction. In this activity, children will illustrate familiar...

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Inspire Innovation: New Solutions for Common Challenges

Tackling obstacles requires out-of-the-box thinking. Sometimes, solutions stem from unlikely sources, such as using everyday items. Any new invention starts with an observation and identifying the problem. Then, all it takes is a little innovation and imagination. Encourage innovative...

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