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Snowman that Doesn’t Melt: It’s Felt

Who wants to build a snowman inside where it’s warm? I made the snowman apron I am wearing.

I’m curious about how many little kids are singing, “Do you Want to Build a Snowman” from Disney’s movie Fozen. I know, our family sings that song over and over whether or not  I wear the snowman suit made of felt that won’t melt.

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Felt Dinosuars are Alive and Well: Finger Plays and Games

Dinosaur skeltons are a great addition to some sensory play boxes. Makes a fun dinosaur party favor

Dinosuars names may be so hard to pronouce and spell, unless you are a kid.

Children are inspired to when they play with dinosuar stuff like these  dinosaur skeletons.

This post shares a few simple games and finger plays PLUS Dinosaur DIg Pinterest boards which has the links to over 500 dinosaur ideas.

Hot Lava Game:

Tell kid to get dressed in their dinosaur socks to escape the “hot lava” . Most dawdelers will dress faster than pre-historic dinosaurs ever moved so they can get into the game.

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Making Breakfast Sensory Play from Felt: Tracing Shapes

Felt breakfast

Felt breakfast. Image copyright Malika Bourne

There is some very nice sensory play items on the commercial market. But, I prefer to make my own felt shapes versus purchasing manufactured products.

This multi-part post will show you how to get started making economical  felt shapes for pre-school children and younger grade school children.

Making felt items for kids to experience texture and shapes is requires minimal artistic skills and few tools.

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