Easy Literature-Based Quilts Around the Year: Reproducible Patterns and Writing Prompts for 20 Collaborative Paper Quilts That Build Important Literacy Skills and Brighten Up Your Classroom
Get your students hooked on reading when they create colorful, easy-to-make, no-sew quilts based on their favorite books. Children work together to make beautiful paper quilts using literature-related quilt-block patterns that help reinforce each book's plot, characters, or setting. Writing prompts help you assess kids' understanding of the story. This must-have book offers two literature selections and reproducible quilt-block patterns for each month of the year. For use with Grades K-3.
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