I love the versatility of felt as a material to use making learning activities.Obviously, you can use craft foam or cardboard too, but personally I like felt better for the sensory experience that comes with it.Here are 10 fantastic felt activities you can easily make yourself:
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Use pompoms together with felt hearts for this fun Hearts & Pompoms Counting Game.
A great Christmas-themed tray activity is this Fine Motor & Sorting Christmas Trees.
Make a Dinosaur Egg Matching quiet book page your toddler will love.
This Fall Leaves Fine Motor Activity is great for your preschooler or kindergartner.
Another fun quiet book page is this Apple Tree Fine Motor Activity with buttons.
A 3 in 1 Apple Tree Activity like this will surely keep your kids busy for a while!
A simple Pumpkin Patch Size Match activity works on fine motor and visual skills.
Set up this mitten Color Sorting Activity, or use the same mitten set for a Mitten Match Numbers & Fine Motor Activity or a fun
Upper & Lower Case Mitten Memory Game!
I usually buy a pack of Felt sheets to make all these fun types of learning activities.
Have fun learning!