Make a unicorn felt page for your kids’ quiet book or simply as an activity to practice tying knots and braiding too.
Don’t you just love unicorns? They are such mythical creatures, full of magic! Today my blogging buddies and I are sharing all kinds of unicorn learning activities and I made this unicorn felt page, perfect for fine motor practice!
To make this felt page you will need:
- White felt sheet
- Light blue felt sheet
- Coloured string
- Large googly eye
- Other decorative pieces
- Glue gun
How to make:
Use THIS FREE unicorn template and cut a unicorn shape from felt.
Add the eye and decorative pieces with a glue gun. Add glitter to the horn if you wish. Cut slits for the “hair” and add the string, tying the knots big enough so the string will not slip through. Glue the unicorn to the felt page, but ensure the strings are loose.
This felt page is perfect for all ages. The littlies can simply pull the “hair”, grabbing the knots to work on the pincer grip and your preschooler will have a chance to work on tying simple knots.
Your older kids can tie bows or work on different hair braiding techniques.
A fun felt page for your quiet book, and no-sew too! Would your child like this unicorn felt page? Find ALL our felt busy box activities HERE!
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT:
Unicorn Number Mats // Mrs. Jones’ Creation Station
Unicorn Color Recognition // M is for Monster
Hidden Unicorn Color – Changing Discovery Bottle // Schooling a Monkey
Unicorn CVC Word Match // The Kindergarten Connection
Printable Letter U Craft Unicorn // Fun with Mama
Unicorn Color Clip Cards // Fairy Poppins
Unicorn Place Value Game // Pages of Grace
Unicorn Alphabet Puzzles // A Dab of Glue Will Do
Ulla Unicorn’s Very Busy School Day! // Liz’s Early Learning Spot
Unicorn Sight Word Matching Game // Letters of Literacy
Unicorn Minus One Coverall Game // Recipe for Teaching
Unicorn Sensory Bin // Sara J Creations
Editable Unicorn Sight Word Game // Playdough to Plato
Unicorn Spin and Graph Freebie // The Simplified Classroom