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Every neighborhood is full of interesting stories. Gather friends to record favorite local scenes in cut-paper collages similar to those made by Faith Ringgold.
Use Crayola® Scissors to cut large squares from construction paper.
Think about what you see in your neighborhood. Cut a variety of paper shapes to show the landscape in your collage. If you live in a city, you might use geometric shapes to represent buildings. If you live in the country, perhaps you see green fields, mountains, or forests.
Glue your shapes to the larger square with Crayola Glue Sticks.
Using Crayola Markers and Crayons, add drawings of your friends and family doing their favorite things.
Arrange several quilt squares together on posterboard. Attach them with a glue stick. What stories can you share using the Neighborhood Quilt as a beginning?
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