This class quilt is a great way to get to know your students. I have included different levels based on the ages of your students. Simply copy the quilt square of your choice on paper. I often use cardstock to make them more sturdy. Provide pencils and crayons or markers and let the students create their “square”. Once all the squares are finished and collected, place them in a rectangle pattern so that the squares touch on the sides and corners. You can turn the cards over facing the floor and tape the backs of the squares together. When you turn it over, you will have a “quilt” door or wall hanging to display for the first weeks of school or all year long.
*Great for teacher orientation day. I have the quilt squares out for kids to work on while their parents fill out forms.
*Perfect morning work for the first day of school while you organize supplies.
*Works well in a literature center for the first weeks of school to go along with “get to know you” books read in class.