If you are not familiar with Quiet Books they are essentially fabric or felt books with activities on each page. They are great for keeping your child occupied in the car or a waiting room, or anytime you want to get something done! Most of the pages are teaching tools where a kid can practice colors, numbers, shapes, and coordination skills like buttons, snaps, ties, etc. Most of my pages are FAR too advanced for my 1 yo. to handle, but she'll grow into it before long.
|This is one sold on Amazon|
The first page I'm going to share is based on the rhyme Baa Baa Black Sheep, and teaches how to lift flaps and put the little bags of "wool" into a pocket.
The roofs all lift up and the bottom of the house is a pocket so you can help the sheep deliver her "wool". The bags of wool are just the fluff form a pom pom that I sandwiched inside a little folded felt strip.
If you have ever worked with felt (without a die cutter!!) or done any embroidery, you can see why I am making each page a separate project. This is one of the more simple pages, and I still feel that it is pretty detailed!
Well, one down and 14 more to go! Hopefully I get the next one up tomorrow, but I'm also working on that Slipper Tutorial, so we'll have to see.
#60 - Black Sheep Quiet Book Page
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