Crazy quilt from Library of Congress

Grade Level: Fourth Grade lesson plan

Subject: Math, Science, Social Studies, Art

Peachtree Elementary School – Cherokee County

This is a fourth grade unit plan using the tradition of quilting to teach NC Standard Course of Study in Math, Reading, Writing, Social Studies, and Art.

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