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Crayola Create to Learn Family Projects • 2m 18s

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    How do authors and illustrators weave information that they know into stories? Stories that are personally relevant help children understand the difference between fact and fiction.

    In this activity, children aged 3-7 will create figurines that represents themselves, then illustrate scenes fro...

  • Do You See What I Hear? | Reading Com...

    Understanding stories involves listening and visualising. In this activity, children aged 3-7 will create sketches based on a story they have heard or read.

    Children will then make connections between their story sketches and other personal experiences where people heard or saw things differe...

  • Foot Traffic | Numeracy

    People measure all types of things everyday: distances walked, sizes of clothing, quantities of food and time for cooking.

    In this activity, children aged 3-7 will trace their feet and cut them out to use as non-standard measurements, then create pictographs to represent the data they collect.