So here’s a brief look at what I did.
a poster board (from the Dollar Store)
felt material (from WalMart)
a hot glue gun
- Cut out the flannel to fit around the poster board:
- Then, hot glue the flannel onto the board’s corners.
- Lastly, secure and dry.
You can also watch my video tutorial on how to create a preschool flannel board on YouTube.
Lastly, this week has been a growing experience for me as I am tapping into my past work with preschoolers and learning to apply it to my own kiddo!
You can watch my preschool floor activity video to see me in action with my daughter.
She also loves her Curious George puzzle and is working on an Evan-Moor consonant sounds folder game. These have lasted us since my oldest was four years old (about five years now).Bible Memory was loads of fun, and we got this from the Dollar Store too– so cheap and fun.
Candyland- more fun! Colors and counting.
(Sorry, these images are missing!)