It is FINALLY back!
I didn't mean to slack on my Felt Friday projects,
but sometimes, life just takes over and felt gets put on the back burner
SHAME ON ME!!
For disappering on Felt Friday for a VERY LONG TIME
I will be giving you 2, yes TWO felt projects!!
The first one is SUPER CUTE,
I got it from this lovely website, The Iowa Farmer's Wife
-be sure to stop over and check it out!-
Rudolph the _______ nose Reindeer
What you Need:
Felt: dark brown, lite brown, red, and any other color you want
and a cute little child to help make the reindeer
and of course a scissors to cut everything out!
You will need to cut out 2 handprints from the dark brown
and a roundish triangle from the light brown
then with all the other colors cut out a circle from each color...don't forget the RED!
-I used a milk lid to trace the circles, it was the perfect size!
-don't forget to add eyes-
There are lots of different ideas you could come up with for this felt project!
You could just place a different colored circle and ask the kids "rudolph the orange nose reindeer?" and keep doing that until you get to red, a great color game!
for the older kids you could write the colored word on a piece of paper and have the child pick a piece of paper and find the color circle that matches the word!
-I would print the words in the color of the word, for example pink would be printed pink
-or you can just set it out on a table and let children come up with their own way of playing with it!
-- what ideas can you come up with for this felt project --
and here is another one that I quickly put together tonight
-a christmas tree with decorations,
kids LOVE decorating Christmas Trees and so this is a fun little activity for them to decorate a child size tree
-sorry for the blurry pic!-
--I also thought about making a colored dice for this tree, the kids would roll the dice and then put that color circle on the tree! --
Yup defintly going to be doing that!!
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Happy weekend everyone!
Hopefully Felt Friday will continue and will not get put on the back burner!