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# Quilts Theme Units

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• This activity ties in with our "letter Q theme day" unit or can be a fun project on its own!
• This American Patchwork Geometry (upper elem/middle) Worksheet is perfect to practice geometry skills. Your elementary grade students will love this American Patchwork Geometry (upper elem/middle) Worksheet. Design a quilt following examples, and then use geometry to answer questions about the quilt.
• This American Patchwork Math (upper elem/middle) Worksheet is perfect to practice equation writing skills. Your elementary grade students will love this American Patchwork Math (upper elem/middle) Worksheet. "The quilt took 3630 hours to complete. How many weeks would it have taken her to complete the quilt if she worked 2 hours a day, 5 days a week?" Math questions with a patchwork quilt theme.
• Comprehension questions to review Deborah Hopkinson's hisorical novel of a brave slave girl's map to freedom.
• A drawing/coloring activity for bulletin board theme “Book Quilt” for National Reading Month. Student creates his own quilt square of a favorite book.
• Set of 3 graphic illustrations of children’s classics (Rapunzel, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and the Beanstalk) as quilt squares or posters. Can be used with other “Book Quilt” Bulletin Board materials for National Reading Month.
• Set of bulletin board letters to spell “Book Quilt” for National Reading Month. Can be used with other components of the Book Quilt Bulletin Board theme.
• Set of bulletin board letters a-z that match the “Book Quilt” bulletin board theme for National Reading Month.
• Suggestions for bulletin board theme “Book Quilt” for National Reading Month features 3 graphic illustrations of children’s classics (Rapunzel, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack in the Beanstalk) as quilt squares. Includes a straight border, letters that spell Book Quilt, a-z letters, a drawing/coloring activity.
• A bulletin board set on the theme “Book Quilt” for National Reading Month features 3 graphic illustrations of children’s classics (Rapunzel, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack in the Beanstalk) as quilt squares. Includes a straight border, letters that spell Book Quilt, a-z letters, a drawing/coloring activity and suggestions for using the theme.
• A bulletin board set on the theme “Book Quilt” for National Reading Month. Can be used with set of graphic illustrations of children’s classics (Rapunzel, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack in the Beanstalk) as quilt squares, letters that spell Book Quilt, a drawing/coloring activity and suggestions for using the theme.
• By coloring this page, similar to a quilt pattern, and experimenting with black and white or color, students can begin to understand the "tricks" of op art.
• A fact-filled reading comprehension presents a brief history of patchwork in America.
• Beautiful color picture to go with printed ZB-Style Font letters (Q is for quilt).
• This is a fun way for students to report on the books they read. This project can be used by individual students or the whole class. Included are; cover page/center sign, directions, report form and patterns.

• Use this 'Book: Sam Johnson and the Blue Ribbon Quilt (elementary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Book: Sam Johnson and the Blue Ribbon Quilt (elementary)'. Vocabulary and comprehension exercises supplement Lisa Campbell Ernst's story of a man who discovers he enjoys sewing.
• Use this 'Spelling Level 2, unit 9 - reading work (elementary)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Spelling Level 2, unit 9 - reading work (elementary)'. "Megan and the Bat" reading comprehension and cloze exercise to go with spelling level 2, unit 9 vocabulary: quilt, shatter, clutter, slumber, clothes, chimney, special, nothing, against, important.
• Imagine that it is your job to make a patchwork quilt for display in your town hall... this creative "think and write" worksheet is a good social studies lesson.
• Trace and color the quilt and the letter Q (upper and lowercase).
• This unit contains all our "American Patchwork" lessons - language arts, math, social studies, etc., all on the theme of patchwork.
• "Eight women worked at a quilting bee for ten hours. How many hours have they worked so far?"