Thursday, September 29, 2011

Tabish Quiet Book Part 1

My friend and I have been working so hard on quiet books for our children.  I have quite a few pages done, but I'm not done.  I figure I'll make two books, one for each kid, and we can add or share pages.
 Here's my cover:
I wanted to keep it simple and gender neutral, that way both kids can play with it.  And if it gets lost, it has our last name on it!

 I wasn't sure that this page would be played with much, but it really does.  The kids love to put their little hand in the mitten.

 The hot cocoa page has little marshmallows that the kids can count (or throw at each other).
The Apple Tree page is another favorite.  It has apples with Velcro on the back so they can be placed on the tree.  The apples are also good for counting. 

The Snowman Page is a fun page that keeps the kids busy.  

All of the pages were pretty easy, time consuming, but easy.  It's fun to see an idea and tweak it and make it your own.

Here are some links to some of the quiet book pages I used:
homemade by jill
How To Make a Quiet Book
Serving Pink Lemonade
Shelley Wallace Designs- This is an Etsy shop with super cute pages.  I bought the Winter Wonder.  Her instructions are super easy to follow and helped a lot!

Check back for Tabish Quiet Book Part 2!
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