Kids have fun using all their senses as they explore the world around them. A touch and feel book is one way to engage kids with the sense of touch. Babies explore world around us with touch and get to know objects by feeling it. Quiet books for babies are filled with materials that encourage sensory exploration rather than activities to play with. You needn’t buy one, just make it yourself and save your budget developing your kid! Here are some simple DIY ideas of touch and feel books for babies and toddlers, get inspired!
DIY projects come in handy when you are looking for specific opportunities for kids to learn through play. This DIY project will provide an opportunity for kids to explore materials that are furry, scratchy and even spongy! This touch-and-feel book is an easy way to introduce a sensory experience to your child’s daily activities. Keep this handy resource within easy reach so it can be used over and over again. A book with a different texture on each page promotes observation, discovery and discussion.
Touch and feel books are books with a little interactive section on each page of the book, aiming to give the child a textural experience as he browses through the book. These books are a great hit with kids of different ages beginning from 3-4 months old and even for toddlers. Your kid will enjoy flipping through the pages, feeling the different textured in the shape of his own palm and also tugging at and exploring the book ring.
These touch books are fun and fairly simple to put together. They feature different textures on each page, from both sides. There’s embroidery, sequins, various types of fabric, so that your little child could sense the world around. Choose bright fabrics to make the pages catchier and bolder!
On a tight budget? You don’t need expensive gadgets and books to stimulate your baby’s senses. We show you how to make your own touch-and-feel book at home. Your little one might not be old enough to read yet, but babies love to reach and grab anything within reach. Touch-and-feel books are a great way to introduce your little one to the world of books.
This quiet book is made for the younger toddler or even baby that is preferably drooling less because felt is a bit of a task to clean of drool! This no sew touch and feel quiet book was made for a 14 month old. All the items in this book are glued down and will not come off. Another question is how do these felt books hold up? Find it out in the tutorial and make such a book for your child!
If you just welcomed a new baby or expecting one, and you just happen to love making things, there is no better toy than making little sensory baby book. Also called a baby quiet book, sensory book is filled with different materials that encourages baby’s development and sensory exploration. Nevertheless, encouraging baby’s development from an early age with a simple toy will pay off later. You see, teaching your baby through play and will have deep impact later on and decrease raising problem with use of electronic and screen time. Read the tutorial in the source and make such a cool piece for your little baby, get inspired!
Make your own touch and feel letters for your littlest learner easily and without breaking the bank. These frugal and educational letters let beginners explore letters through their senses. Alphabet For Starters are letters that are fun, playful and interesting and if you push them on kids that aren’t ready you set up everyone for frustrating experience. Read how to make these cool letters and teach your kid the alphabet!