Each student can create his or her own quilt square to show what they learned and enjoyed about their summer reading book. This works great for classes who read the same book, or all read different books!
In the center circle, students write the title of the book they read. On the four outside triangles, students can draw pictures, include quotes, or anything else that represents aspects of the book that stood out to them.
This is a fun way to get students thinking about their summer reading assignment without a formal test.
For the finished quilt project, students can cut out the square and paste it onto colorful paper, and then join them together with string or other materials to make a beautiful quilt!