Today I’m over at B-Inspired Mama sharing my felt shape flowers. Be sure to pop over there and check them out.
Shared at Discover & Explore: Flowers
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Carrie @ Frugal Foodie Mama says
Oh, this is such a cute idea! What a fun way to teach shapes and colors to little ones! 🙂
Thanks so much, Carrie! They really seem to love it so far. 🙂
Amy mayen says
That’s a cute idea! I’ve been thinking of doing a quiet book…this would be a good one!
Thanks, Amy! The toddlers, the preschoolers, and the kindergartner all loved it. Can’t wait to hear more about the quiet book you’re planning. 🙂
These look lovely!!!
Thank you! I love the colors of these felt flowers. 🙂
What an wonderful family-inspired idea. I hope you’ll share it on our weekly linky party – Monday Kid Corner @ The Jenny Evolution. See you there!
Thanks Jennifer, it was a lot of fun to make the felt flowers for the kiddos. I’ll be heading over to your place shortly. 🙂
Shaunna @ Fantastic Fun and Learning says
These look so bright and cheerful. I love the combination of play and learning about shapes. Thanks for linking your great flower ideas to Discover and Explore!
Thanks, Shauna!! I’m really enjoying all of your Discovery and Explore posts! Love linking up and checking out all of the ideas that can be found there.