felt craft projects as well. I introduced my youngest son to Mo Willems’ books when he was little and he has memorized all of them. Now that he can read, he reads them all to me but I’m sure it’s because he’s committed them to memory.I’m continuing with my felt activities series, I made our first felt board stories, it encompasses more than one book from Mo Willems. You can see my other
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Mo Willems’ BooksIf you haven’t read his books, they are so fun and my little guy loves them all. My daughter is right there with him in her love for his books. I had one of the pigeon books out and she was looking at the back cover and saw the bus and night hat so I had to include those as well in our felt stories board.
- Don’t Let the Pigeon Stay Up Late
- Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus
- The Pigeon Has Feelings, Too!
- The Duckling Gets a Cookie?
- The Pigeon Wants a Puppy
- The Pigeon Finds a Hotdog
Materials for our felt board storiesFelt Sheets
- light blue – pigeon, eye, windows
- dark blue – bus, eye, hat
- yellow = bunny, duckling, beak
- orange – beak, feet
- black – feet, eyes, nose
- white – collar, eyes
- beige – cookie
- brown – chocolate chips