Ziploc Baggie Quilt (Photo slideshow/directions)

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  1. TeachGrade1

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    Click the photo to see a slideshow of directions to make a ziploc baggie quilt.


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    I promised everyone I would post pictures, sorry it took a couple of weeks. School just started, so things have been hectic :)
     
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    Very cool! So, can you change out the work that is in the bags? I like that idea. great slide show too. I'll have to learn how to do that.

    Thank you for posting this.
     
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    The back of the bag remains open. You can change the work as often as you like. All you have to do is slip the old work out and add new work. Right now mine has letters from my class last year to my new class. This week I am going to have my kids do a self portrait to put in the quilt.
     
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    This is such a wonderful idea. I am planning on making one. What size bags do you usually go with?

    I am thinking of putting some kind of getting to know you activity in there any ideas?
     
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    I used the 1 gallon bags and spaced them apart 1 inch.

    You could have the students draw a picture of themselves and number each picture. The kids could try to guess each picture and see what student matches what picture.
     
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    Thank you so much! I've heard so much about them, but it was hard to picture. So cute, I'll definately have to try this out in the next few weeks.
     
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    I think this is a great idea! I might use it to display some of our art projects. Thanks for the demo!
     
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    do you think that will last all year if i display it in the hall for student work?
     
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    I am not sure. It is pretty sturdy once you put it together. I plan to use it in the hall to display work all year also. I guess I will have to see how it goes!:unsure:
     
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    I went to WalMart and bought all the supplies. Wish me luck!!!
     
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    This is WAY cool...thanks! :cool:
    Isn't the back sticky then or maybe that helps sticking it to the wall.
     
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    I love this idea! I think I will try it with page protectors though...think that will work???
     
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    I think page protectors would work but think they might be more of a challenge as they are 8 1/2 x 11 or smaller, the baggies would, I think give more options for paper shape. Good luck!
     
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    That's fantastic!
     
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    I put masking tape (it's blue in the photos) on the back. This helped add stability and it made sure the duct tape didn't stick to things and get all dirty.
     
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    Love it! Thanks for the demo!
     
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    Thanks for the idea, thats really neat!
     
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    Thank you! We will all have cool baggie quilts on our walls this year!
     
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    WOW! Impressive!:2up:
     
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    Absolutely wonderful idea!
     

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