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There are two ways
to use the 100 Day
, writing prompt quilt pattern.
Make a whole-group classroom quilt
, where each students contributes 1-3 squares, or give each child
a copy of the quilt and have them make their own 100 Day quilt poster
For the classroom quilt idea, run off X amount of copies of the pattern (there are 12 squares
on it) for however many squares you want your students to contribute, then cut them up and toss them in a container for children to pick.
They fill in
the two blanks
, add end punctuation
to complete the sentence, then draw
or glue on clip art
pictures that match.
Provide a variety of scrapbook squares to glue their completed quilt square(s) on, then arrange
them on a piece of tag board
or bulletin board paper, to make a big classroom quilt
Even PK kiddos can make a square by dictating their answers, then drawing a picture.
Since the pattern only has 12 squares on it, and the prompts are super-fun
to answer, the quilt is also do-able as a personal, 100-Day quilt "poster"
, which students mount on large, square sheets of scrapbook paper.
It only took me 15 minutes to make my sample, so this is a great homework
After students share a few of the items on their quilt, suspend them back-to-back from the ceiling, or create a wall display.
I'm Diane from Teach With Me, wishing you a wonderful 100 Day
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