Last Friday the Kindergarten Quilt made the rounds of the K classrooms so all the kids could find their squares. We had a lot of fun talking about the quilt and discussing the drawings! Shortly after, staff from Melrose-Wakefield Hospital came to meet the kids, thank them for their artwork, and accept the quilt. The kids were enthusiastic and attentive hosts, and the assembly ended with the kids singing a lively version of “A Ram Sam Sam” for their guests. 

This post and the six previous show all the quilt squares drawn by our kindergarteners. Enjoy browsing!

The kids were hard at work during their Valentine’s parties on the fabric squares for the quilt. I took home a big stack of bright, funny, sweet, and whimsical drawings!

I’ll be posting photos of each drawing over the next few days. Please check back to find your child’s drawing!

The Roosevelt kindergarteners have been hard at work creating fabric drawings for a quilt to be donated to Melrose-Wakefield Hospital! This fun project is part of the Roosevelt Gives Back initiative and allows our kids to see how their individual efforts can be combined into something unique that can provide a lift to others. Thanks for stopping by to see all the wonderful drawings our kindergarten students have created! 

Many thanks to the kindergarten teachers and classroom parents for making this happen, and especially to the good folks at Hawthorne Threads, who donated all the fabric for the quilt top.