January is International Creativity Month, but if you haven’t been as creative as you’d like, there’s still one week left! Crayola is launching its first Crayola Creativity Week from Jan. 24-30 to help get those creative juices flowing for teachers, parents, and students.
Crayola Creativity Week is a free program for schools and homes. Families or teachers can visit crayola.com/creativityweek for full access to daily learning videos, challenge videos that encourage kids to create a piece of artwork inspired by the daily learning videos, educational content, giveaways, virtual events, and more.
There are new events, videos, downloadable resources, and giveaways every single day next week, and adults can even share their kids’ artwork on social media with the hashtag #CrayolaCreativityWeek to win daily prizes. The videos and events will cover topics such as art, social-emotional learning (SEL), science, and math, teaching kids about exploring shapes, colors, and finding innovative ways to solve problems.
To kick off the program, Crayola has partnered with artists, actors, authors, musicians, and even an Olympic athlete for special video messages. Participants include actor Max Greenfield, Joelle Murray, Joanna Ho, Mike Lowery, and more. Participants can also virtually attend a live-streamed virtual assembly on Friday, Jan. 28, from 2-3 p.m. ET, for singing, dancing, and creative inspiration.
Check out the full calendar of events and learn more about Crayola Creativity week by visiting crayola.com/creativityweek.