Center Focus

A Family Quilt

  1. Provide tagboard for students.
  2. Have them draw a picture depicting their family doing what it likes to do most.
  3. Have them embellish the picture to make it look three-dimensional. For example: use yarn for hair, noodles, glitter sequins, pieces of fabric for clothes, etc.
  4. Using a hole-punch and yarn, sew them into a quilt!

More Center Focus Ideas

The Mayflower Voyage
Picture Poems
Base10 Blocks
Am I a Square?
National Olympic Trends
Where Did He Go?
Different Perspectives on Columbus
Popping Popcorn
M&M Fractions
Where Did the Easter Bunny Come From?
Biographical Data Organization
What Do You Picture
Hackey Sack
Inch By Inch Map
A Family Quilt
String Art
Picture Frames
Literature Response
Exaggeration In Stories
Take for Granted
Dice Probability
Junk Ship
Ice Insulation
Sponge Observation
Fact and Opinion
Political Debate about Celebration of Columbus Day
Always Say Never Sometimes
Word Association
All Kinds of Genres
Millennium Mural
How Many Classrooms Fit?
The Great Wall of China
Pumpkin Measurements
Millennium Inventions
Surf the World
Know Your Presidents
What Do I Want to Know?
Persuasive Essay About "Millennium"
Moon Months
Does It Measure Up?
The Real Reason
Food For Thought
Author Spotlight
Pumpkin Puffs
Walk a Mile in Their Boots
Original Nature Tales
The Medal Winners
Crooked vs. Straight