Felt boards are GREAT for toddlers through lower-elementary-school age children. They are cheap, super easy to make, and there are just sooo many possibilities!
In order to make this one you only need the following items:
- A small tri-fold display board
- A hot glue gun
- Various colors of felt
- Use the hot glue gun to glue on a sheet of felt on the center panel. Then, cut another sheet in half lengthwise, and glue each half on the two outer panels. I used black and white for these pieces to create a strong contrast, but now I really think blue would have been better (especially for the story panels).
- Use the scissors to cut whatever you want out of the felt. I started with a set of shapes to help teach T his shapes and colors.
- I recommend storing the felt pieces in a baggie when not in use.
When done it should look something like this: