Poems and pictures portray your gratitude for Earth's natural resources.
What natural wonders of Earth make our planet unique? Choose one topic that really interests you, such as water, mountains, or endangered species. Research information on how these natural wonders can be preserved now for the future.
Outline a scene that reflects the beauty of nature and findings from your research with Crayola® Washable Markers on white construction paper.
Cover your work area with newspaper. Dip Crayola Colored Drawing Chalk into white Crayola Washable Paint to add color and texture to your scene. Add details with Crayola Washable Watercolors and Watercolor Brushes. The wet paint will create a dewy effect that is perfect for waterfalls and morning meadows when it touches the marker outlines. Dry.
Add finishing touches to your art with markers.
On white paper, write a colorful accompanying poem thanking Earth for its natural gifts. Describe the beauty represented in your painting, and convey the urgency for preservation of resources in a convincing way. Display your art and poetry in a public pl
Caring communities include space for nature! Create a convincing ad for a home for a native plant or animal.
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What job could a robot do? What recycled items could you use? Invent a high-tech robot with classmates!
Tsunamis, or gigantic waves, are one of the most destructive natural disasters. Discover how they’re formed, deep under
Refresh conservation convictions with this student-led persuasive project. Develop skills to change minds and improve th
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Investigate the impact of oil spills and efforts made to prevent and clean up such environmental accidents.
Snow is so cool! But how is snow formed in the atmosphere? What effects does snow have on our lives? Create this amazing
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