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The New and Improved TinyFeats Quiet Book Pages

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The New and Improved TinyFeats Quiet Book Pages

If you've had the pleasure of experiencing a TinyFeats Quiet Book then you are probably familiar with the classic style with the soft felt ivory background.. this traditional quiet book page design has served us well until now. But one day I started to wonder if I could do better... if there was a way to make the pages more colorful, and durable, I wanted to make them stronger so that I could do cooler things with them... like create 3D pages, and build structures.. yup, I have big dreams! So it turns out, I DID find a way to make these pages...

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Recycling Activity for the TinyFeats Quiet Book

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Recycling Activity for the TinyFeats Quiet Book

Inspired by my toddlers nagging question.. "is this recycling?" I created the What Can I Recycle? game for the TinyFeats Quiet Books. Like all of my pages this educational activity for toddlers and preschool aged kids is a great way to teach kids the importance of recycling, and more importantly what can be recycled. This quiet book page comes complete with 18 ivory felt disks that have pictures of various household items on the front. The child must then determine where the item should be disposed of.. in the garbage, recycling or compost. The items pictured on the disk range from milk...

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Ladybug Quiet Book Page

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Ladybug Quiet Book Page

My take on the classic quiet book Ladybug page features a shoelace lacing activity as well as zipper practice for little fingers. It's like the Montessori toys they call dressing frames, but this version fits into the TinyFeats Quiet Book, making it a great travel toy to bring with you on long road trips or airplane rides. The bright red ladybug keeps kids entertained... there is more than one way to lace a ladybug! Encourage kids to find and experiment with different lacing patterns, then test each patterns unique features by undoing the zipper.  This quiet book page has more to it...

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