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For Samuel we decorated pillow cases with fabric markers. The kids created a design on paper and put that paper inside the pillow case. The design was visible from the outside so it could then be traced. The results were astonishing. Designing on the paper first was key because it prevented costly "do-overs." Giving each child a pillow case was a bit pricey but worth every penny because we did this two years ago and kids still tell me about how much they enjoy dreaming on these pillowcases. We sent home a Xerox of the instructions for laundering the fabric markers to help parents know how to preserve these treasures. This project would work for any dream stories: Jacob, Joseph, etc.

 

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Rotation.org Moderator notes: See photos of these pillow cases and Anne's lesson here.

Last edited by Anne Camp

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