How to Make a Busy Book for Toddlers

Do you have a busy toddler? If so, you know how hard it can be to keep them entertained. One great way to do that is with a busy book! These books are filled with activities that will keep your little one occupied for hours. Today, we’re going to show you how to make your busy book for toddlers.

This book is for kids. The book teaches people how to make a busy book. I like the pictures in the book.

The first thing you need to do is get some supplies. Then, you need to make some pages. Finally, put it all together!

 1. Supplies:

  1.  felt
  2.  fabric
  3.  scissors
  4.  hot glue gun

2. Pages:

  1. Cut out a basic shape for your first page. I chose a heart.
  2. Decorate your page with felt or fabric scraps. You can use a glue gun to attach them, or sew them on if you’re feeling crafty!
  3. Add a simple activity to your page. I sewed a little loop onto the heart and added a bell that jingles when shaken.
  4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for each page of your book.

3. Putting it all together:

  1. Glue your pages together in the order you want them to appear in the book.
  2. Cut a piece of felt to fit the cover of your book, and glue it in place.
  3. Decorate the front of your cover with felt or fabric scraps. You can also add a simple activity, like a Velcro-ed loop that can hold a pen or pencil.
  4. Ta-da! Your busy book is finished!

The great thing about making your Busy Book for Toddlers is that you can tailor it to your child’s interests and abilities. So get creative and have fun.

4. Blog post conclusion paragraph:

The busy book is a fun and easy project to do with your toddler. They will enjoy being able to have their personalized activity book while they wait for you to finish up whatever errands or tasks that need doing around the house.

 There are many activities you can do online, but some of our favorites are cutting magazines into puzzle pieces and using stickers with creative shapes, like animals or people. Matching objects together by color or shape, making collages out of scraps from old coloring pages and scrapbooking supplies (you could also use items found in nature). Drawing on craft paper with markers and crayons until it’s full, creating an alphabet line-up game where each letter has something related underneath.

 

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