Submitted by AmyIf you have a lot of old quilts take them and put them in an area and let your children use them during nap time.
Submitted by FlorenceIf you are near a church or other group check to see if they have a quilting group and if they do ask if you can visit them and see how a quilt is made.
Quilt Bulletin Board for Class Needs
Submitted by JoMake a quilt pattern on your bulletin board. Put post it notes with classroom needs on odd squares. Then your parents can get take a post it and buy what your class needs.
Submitted by PaigeIf you like to quilt. Give each of your children. A cloth square and let them decorate them with fabric paints. You can put all of the squares together in a lap quilt or a baby quilt.
Submitted by BlairHave your children make a quilt and put this poem on it:
With out hands we made this quilt,
And we each made a special part,
To show you the friendship we share,
Warms each little heart
Submitted by CarrieGive each of your children a piece of bread and a piece of cheese. Have them make a quilt pattern with the cheese. Then toast it and have snack.
Submitted by MarcySend home a piece of felt with each child. Ask your children and parents to glue on items that reflect the child's personality (pictures, cars, flowers and other items) Put all of the children's quilts together to form a cute Class Personality Quilt
I Like You
Submitted by LolitaAsk your children why they like a particular student in your classroom. Write this on a piece of paper. Put this on a large quilt square along with the child's names and pictures of that student. Make a square for each child. Put them together and you have a great bulletin board, wall decoration.
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