Bring the Bill of Rights to life! Create a visual Bill of Rights to hang in the classroom using Crayola™ Color Sticks™ Colored Pencils.
Students will read the Bill of Rights and choose an amendment to illustrate for the classroom quilt.
Measure an 8in. x 8in. square (20.3cm x 20.3cm) on white construction paper, and cut it out with scissors.
Use Color Sticks™ Colored Pencils and Crayola™ Heads ‘n Tails™ Markers to draw the illustration. Lay the Color Sticks flat to cover a large background area.
Punch holes in all four corners of the quilt square with a hole punch.
Connect the quilt squares together by threading large paper clips through the holes.
To create a header to hang the quilt squares, cut a long strip of posterboard with scissors. Write a heading with Heads ‘n Tails™ Markers. Punch holes along the bottom of the header and attach the quilt squares with paper clips.
Cut small strips of fabric with scissors and tie them onto the paper clips to finish the quilt.
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