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Every family values its cultural traditions. Highlight classroom diversity with this colorful classroom quilt.
Get to know each other. Learn about your classmates’ heritages. Invite family members to share experiences and talents. Discuss traditions that you enjoy with your families (flying kites, cooking, decorating for holidays). These Diversity Tiles are a great way for everyone to play a role in designing a classroom quilt!
Make a tile. On a clean, dry surface, roll a ball of Crayola Model Magic®. Press it flat with your fingers. Measure a 4-inch (10 cm) square (or any size that everyone uses). Cut out the square with a craft stick to make the base for your tile.
Decorate your tile with reminders of your favorite family traditions. Roll and shape each tiny piece. Press the symbols on your tile. (Model Magic fresh from the pack sticks to itself!) Air-dry the tiles for 24 hours.
Create a quilt. Arrange everyone’s tiles in a pleasing quilt design that honors diversity. For a permanent display, attach them to a large base of Model Magic or heavy cardboard with Crayola School Glue. Air-dry the glue before standing upright.
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