One of the basic principles of scientific investigation is experimentation. Experimenting with imprints captured in clay dough builds a “hands on” understanding of the processes that help scientists discover information about plants and animals that lived many years ago.
Between all the sweets and treats, add a little craft to your Halloween.
Spectra® Art Tissue™ Fall Leaves
Learn about the different deciduous trees that grow in the United States. Like the White Oak and Maple trees that this art project is based on, leaves from deciduous trees change colors and fall off in the Fall at the end of their growing season.
Create beautiful silhouettes for fall with just a few simple items!
Whether it’s scary puppets or friendly characters, double the fun when you make your own paper-bag puppets to act out stories for Halloween or any time of the year.
Beware! Bat Cave
Create this intriguing bat cave for a Halloween decoration. It’s also a great way to introduce children to bats as well as cave life and formations.
Tissue Paper Tree
Use Crayola® Markers to create a colorful autumn tree. Add texture and flare with bright pieces of tissue paper!
Make a scratch-out picture with paint over crayon to show some signs of the season.
This can be a fun Halloween project or just a fun interactive way to learn about bats. Used as a class or group project each child’s bat is uniquely their own.
Focus on the fall harvest as you use Vincent van Gogh’s techniques to create an original drawing with Crayola® Colored Pencils and Oil Pastels.
Create this easy and colorful booklet in your classroom or in your home and write down what you are most thankful for this year.
Turkey Door Hanger
Why drag out all those old Thanksgiving decorations when you can create your own and have fun doing it? This festive door hanger is quick and easy to make in five easy steps.
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