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1.Students finger paint color stories read by teacher. Allow to dry. Make at least 2 paintings.
2. Trace 4 isosceles triangles on the dried finger paintings. We use 6 inch dimension for the 2 equal sides of the triangle.
3. Cut out triangles and glue into a 6" X 6" square of a complementary color. NOTE: the 4 triangle shapes may not overlap each other and may not extend beyond perimeter of the square.
4. Students assemble their finished squares on a white board with magnets to form the group quilt. Can be done while glue is still drying.
I have done this lesson with kindergarten and first grade, they love it.