Quilts do more than just provide warmth. Some tell stories of long journeys or serve as an outlet for artistic expression, while others are given as gifts.
In the story, Making a Quilt, the main character learns how to make a quilt from her grandma. After carefully following her grandma’s instructions, she creates her own beautiful quilt.
Have your students create their own quilts using the templates and tutorials below:
Templates based off the book:
Make a Quilt, Irish Chain pattern, student template
Make a Quilt, Irish Chain pattern, teacher template
Make your own quilt design template
Other ideas and tutorials:
Geometry for Kids: Nine-Square Paper Quilt Design
Geometry for Kids: Quilt Activity Using Triangles
Classic Kids Craft: Paper Weaving
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Teacher Librarian, Technology Integration Specialist and Mom to three amazing kids, Shannon McClintock Miller has published an in-depth review of the SNAP Learning Guided Reading program.
Here’s an excerpt:
Everything You Need In One Guided Reading Program…..What A Snap! From Snap Learning
The content can be delivered so many different ways to accommodate all teachers, students, and learning situations.
The Structured Guided Reading Program can be delivered in a…
- Digital format… with over 200 English and Spanish interactive leveled books and lesson plans.
- Mobile format… download the free app to have access to 200 English and Spanish interactive leveled books and lesson to use on any iOS or Android tablet.
- Printable format… print any of the 200 English and Spanish level books or lesson plans.
- Projectable format… log into www.snaplearning.co to project any of the 200 English and Spanish leveled books onto a whiteboard and use your smart board digital tools to interact with the books….great for shared reading activities.
I am also so impressed with all of the important Digital Learning Features their Structured Guided Reading Program contains including Interactive Activities, Animated Early Readers, and Word Usage Interactivity.
Click here to see Shannon’s take on the special features in each Structured Guided Reading Level
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