Here’s a quick, easy, and fun writing prompt
craftivity, perfect for Martin Luther King
There are 9 different quilt squares
to choose from.
Each style comes in black and white
featuring two different pictures
of Dr. King.
I’ve also included a set of quilt squares with the clip art in color
Students choose one, then using a black marker, write down a dream
in however many blank sections they want.
They lightly color the sections, then trim.
For a splash more color have students glue their square to a sheet of construction paper and trim.
You can scatter the individual squares on a bulletin board
, punch a hole at the top and suspend back-to-back from the ceiling
, or connect all of the squares together to make a classroom “quilt”
to be displayed on a hallway wall.
For that finishing touch, have students glue a photo of themselves on an empty section.
I’m Diane from Teach With Me, hoping this little bit of craftiness, gets your kiddos excited to write. Happy MLK Day.
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