This is a project we did a little while back, but I stumbled across the pictures and wanted to share them with you! This a perfect project for preschool (introduction of letters) or kindergarten (reviewing letters). We did this with paper “squares” because I hadn’t discovered the wonderful world of fabric yet! I might try it again with my (now older) kids now that I have a basement full of colorful prints!
What You Need:
- Construction Paper (one piece per child)
- Glue Stick
- Pre-cut square of paper (or fabric)
What to do:
Have kids color each square as they choose. If you use fabric, this is already done for you! Just have kids select 5-6 of their favorite pieces.
After kids are done coloring, have them glue their “squares” onto the large piece of construction paper.
Of course, I imagined a more symmetrical look, but that’s okay! Voila! A paper quilt!