The Freedom Quilt
Students draw an event, symbol, person, or place that depicts slavery during the Civil War from the timeline as a piece of the freedom quilt.
3 Views 4 Downloads
The Freedom Quilt
"What does freedom mean to you?" is the driving question of a instructional activity who's focus is on the Freedom Quilt that was gifted by teens after the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. Pupils analyze the hard work...
3rd - 5th Social Studies & History CCSS: Designed
Piece by Piece
What do your pupils know about quilting? Read and discuss the information included here before sending class members off to create their own quilt blocks using construction paper. When they have completed their blocks, provide some time...
1st - 4th Visual & Performing Arts CCSS: Designed
To Honor & Comfort Native Quilting Traditions
"Native American history leaps boldly off the colorful quilts and patchwork designs." Learners discuss Native American identity and symbolism by reading about a variety of Native quilters and their unique art process, and participate in...
4th - 8th Social Studies & History CCSS: Adaptable
Sweet Clara and the Freedom Quilt: The Real Story
Young scholars learn how slaves communicated with each other. For this slavery and freedom lesson, students learn how slaves used quilts as maps, learn what different quilt patterns meant, draw a picture for their class freedom quilt...
2nd - 5th Social Studies & History
Sweet Clara and the Freedom Quilt
Students read and understand the book Sweet Clara and the Freedom Quilt. In this language instructional activity, students understand the Ebonics and colloquialisms of the book. Students discuss the events and vocabulary used. Students...
K - 5th Social Studies & History
Making the Connection With Quilts
Fourth graders engage in a lesson which integrates the study of the Underground Railroad in Indiana with a Language Arts unit on quilts. They write a book report on one of the quilt books read in class and design a quilt block for the...
4th Social Studies & History