After sharing my DIY felt board, I began cutting out a variety of pieces to create different felt board activities. I created cupcakes, a pizza, a snowman, and a Christmas tree. Then, I asked my friends in the Kid Blogger Network for activities they had created. I got so many great ideas for felt board activities and wanted to share them with you, too!
Felt Board Activities! Check Them Out!
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Felt Board Stories: Mo Willems’ Pigeon Books by Living Life and Learning
Mo Willems is one of my favorite children’s authors, so I think this is such a fun felt set! I haven’t made it yet but it will definitely happen in the near future!
Easy DIY Travel Felt Board by Mama Smiles
This is a great travel activity. I’ll be making something similar for our trip in March. It will be Piper’s first airplane ride and I’m nervous about keeping her busy. Activities like this will definitely help!
I love how felt is so very fun, but also so educational! The matching and graphing are wonderful learning opportunities!
I absolutely LOVE the personalized Ten Apples Up on Top activity! How fun! And the chameleon is adorable!
Black and white patterns are wonderful for babies. This would be great from an early age.
Parts of a Plant We Eat by JDaniel4’s Mom
This is a GREAT educational board! She shares a free printable, as well!
Fun and Educational!
Felt Pizza by Therapy Fun Zone
I love how this activity is fun but also incorporates fine-motor development!
Felt Busy Bag Gingerbread House by The Gingerbread House
This is super cute for the holiday season!
Felt Cookies Baking Set by Teach Me Mommy
Teach Me Mommy also has a giant list of felt busy box ideas with all sorts of different themes. I will definitely refer to it as I get ready for our upcoming trip.
My next felt project is creating Piper’s name. I know she is little, but it’s never too early to introduce her to the letters in her name. I also just adore the other felt activities created by Mama. Papa. Bubba.
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I think making different felt sets is so fun, but I know some people are just not into it. If you don’t want to spend time creating your own felt sets, you can purchase sets like these on Amazon.