Looking for a fun art activity to incorporate into the home schooling day? Crayola has the resources for you. Using art materials and crayons, parents and kids can create just about anything they can imagine.

Parents, teachers and kids can visit the Crayola  At-Home Creative Hub for access to educational and crafting resources during this time of distance learning. This site features creative lesson plans, DIY crafts, how-to videos, free coloring pages and weekly At-Home inspirational emails.  

Crayola’s At-Home Hub houses 100s of craft tutorials with complimentary how-to videos and craft recipes, providing families with fun, clever and easy to do creative activities. The Crayola Education Team will continue to provide resources as well as hosting virtual events. 

  • Every Tues. and Thurs. at 1 p.m. ET, Crayola will be launching live crafting events on Crayola’s Facebook page hosted by craft influencer Lynn Lilly from Craft Box Girls. Each episode will feature family friendly craft activities and will encourage viewers to share their creations via #crayolacrafts.


  • Every day at 3 p.m. ET Crayola will premiere a Crayola Create it Yourself Craft Tutorial video on their Facebook page, featuring fun daily craft activities to easily make at home.

National Crayon Day

Also, in honor of National Crayon Day, Mar. 31, Crayola has four easy crayon crafts you can do using supplies you probably have on hand. On the website you can find the instructions for Melted Crayon Butterflies, Crayon Art T-Shirt, Crayon Letter Decoration and Crayon Melter Canvas Art.

—Jennifer Swartvagher

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