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Monday, March 2, 2009

5 Little Ducks

Yesterday was filled with lots of reading and quiet time.

Drew and Ispent some time at the felt board. One of the kids favorite books is 5 Little Ducks. Before we had the felt board I had made cardstock ducks that I sticky tacked to the wall and used. Recently I made some felt ducks. They really like these. Here is the link to the template I used to make the ducks. And if you don't have the book, here is the words to the story.
Head over to Ramblings of a Crazy Woman to see more great crafty ideas for your little one!

7 comments:

GP & GM Campbell said...

Hope Brodie is feeling much better today!!!! Talked to your Dad this morning. Hope he stays long enough to get better. His leg sure looks bad. Going to a movie tonight. New in Town. Do not have any desire to see Slumdog.
Love ya. Grandma

juliecache said...

argh!!!!!!! now i have the duck song in my head!!!!

~ Angi :) said...

Hi Sara! I'm a redirect from the Tot Books page at 1+1+1=1.

Peering into your felted photo, it would seem you've simply hung some felt on dowels to serve as the backboard? If so, genius! on your part . . .care to elaborate?

Thanks! :)

jennwa said...

Kids love felt boards. What a great way to bring the story to life.

Thanks for linking and mentioning Showcase Saturday. HAve a great weekend.

Nicki said...

Did you make your felt board, or buy one? I want to try to make one for the girls... I think they'd love it! Except it would probably take them five minutes to lose all the pieces!

Heidi @ Blue Eyed Blessings said...

Felt boards are such a great way to reinact a story!

~Sara said...

Hi Angi and Nicki,
My sister in law made this for my boys for Christmas. She used a foam board and then covered it with felt. She hot glued the felt to the board on the back. Then I cut a piece of string and used packing tape to secure it to the back. I found this link showing pictures and giving directions on how to make your own. Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks for stopping by!

http://www.childcareland.com/howto.html