Every January, Crayola celebrates its annual "Crayola Creativity Week," and this year's theme is "Upcycling and Upcycling in the School Library," reports the American Association of School Librarians.
In honor of the occasion, the company has put together a list of resources for teachers to use in the school library, including a coloring book for fourth- and fifth-graders, a manipulative for sixth- and seventh-graders, and a manipulative for eighth- and ninth-graders, reports the New York Daily News.
Crayola even has a video on how to use the tools on its website. Read the Entire Article
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