I'm a Little Tea Pot
A Mother Goose Nursery Rhyme
Quilt Design by Nicole Hancock
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When I heard that my class was going to be quilting a quilt I was excited. I mean I believe that this project will help children learn more about shapes. At an early age children donít realize how much fun they can have with just playing around with different kinds of shapes. I think itís a great idea to donate the quilts to B4Books. The quilts were made so that a little boy/girl could have a quilt of their very own. These quilts just might make their day a little better and put a smile on their face. I know that when someone gives my quilt to a child, it will make me happy knowing that that child enjoys the quilt that I sewed.
I know when I become a teacher I might not get the opportunity to get to sew a quilt, but I do know that I could always do a more hands on type of project with my kids. I feel that I can teach my children to learn their shapes by having them to make certain things out of the shapes and the best way for learn to learn their shapes is by doing a shape game. When I started my quilt I will admit I was a little scared that I would mess up the quilt, but then I got it together and began to quilt. I learned that no matter how hard you might think something really is, you just got to get it together and in the end make something great like a quilt.