Let's turn math practice into a beautiful Winter art project! I love quilts. I especially love making paper quilts with my students. They make such beautiful displays on bulletin boards or walls.
>>> I have made a BUNDLE of all ten of my HOLIDAYS/SPECIAL DAYS quilt squares! Check it out HERE.
>>>> To see my SEASONS math quilt squares BUNDLE, click HERE.
In my quest to make as many different quilts as possible, I have turned to math and seasons for inspiration. This product is a Winter themed quilt square, made for three different math levels to allow for differentiation. It includes single-digit addition, double-digit addition, and single-digit multiplication, making it ideal for first through fourth grade.
I have also added a blank Winter Quilt Square, so that you can add your own data and directions, allowing you to customize it to fit the needs of your students.
Directions: Each student will choose their own five winter colors to work with, which allows each quilt square to be unique, making a beautiful quilt display for your classroom. Students then choose which color goes with each sum or product, and color the quilt square according to their choices. Then simply cut out each square and hang them up in your classroom.
Use this Quilt Square Math Art Project for a fun Winter activity, and have your kiddos practicing their math skills!
I hope that your class enjoys this activity as much as mine has!
>>>>>To see all of my individual Quilt Square Math Art Projects, click HERE
Denise from Light Bulbs and Laughter