#2 not-so-quiet book (NUMBERS)

This is our second not-so-quiet-book.
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Same as our 1st book, it is hand sewn, which I did it myself, designed for kids ages 2 and older. It is a great educational toy that stimulates children’s imagination and encourages active learning through play. This book is perfect when traveling, waiting, or just simply to keep your kid busy. It is also a good tool to establish your kid’s patience. 😉
This book will definitely give your kid unlimited learning, such as:
– counting numbers and reading words
– learn different colors
– enhances gross and fine motor skills
Here are the pages:

page 1

Numbers can be taken out and snap again on the velcro.

page 2

page 3

Play with the cars like driving up and down while counting.

page 4

Play this page like abacus, counting the beads one by one.

page 5

Open each “room” and you can see different eyed-monsters .page 6

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page 6

page 7

Apple picking. Pick apple/apples depending on the number indicated on each basket.

page 8

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Materials used: felt, cotton, beads, buttons, ribbons, hot glue, velcro, wiggly eyes,
Important note: The book includes small loose parts and parental guidance is a must at all times.
You can also check out our other not-so-quiet books  as well as the A-Z activities.
Here’s a video of Marshall playing and at the same time studying his numbers 🙂

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48 comments on “#2 not-so-quiet book (NUMBERS)

  1. Malot says:

    Wow, good job, Mommy Jenelyn! I wish I was able to create such a book for my daughters too when they were Marshall’s age. 🙂

  2. Mommy Azza says:

    Now that is what I call labor of love. I cannot sew to save my life (lol) so projects like this never fails to amaze it. You did an awesome job here sweetie, I’m sure your child loves it.

  3. Michelle says:

    I admire your creativity, Mommy. Ang tiyaga mo to consider this is even handsewn! I like the cars portion. My son who’s now a toddler will love that portion of the Not So Quiet Book of yours.

  4. Mhownai says:

    I’ve been wanting to make on for my Edmund. I’ll probably be making one as she reached 1. Thank you for the ideas.

  5. Veni says:

    Hi mommy! You’re very creative. This is a great gift idea. 🙂

  6. Coi Ibanez says:

    Ooohh I like! I’ve been planning on doing quiet book for the longest time but I haven’t started on it yet 🙁 You inspired me to start on it na, yay thank you 😉

  7. juvy ann says:

    I bought learning materials for my son similar to this one way back about 3 years ago and its still in tact. Made of really sturdy materials, last long.

  8. ABBY says:

    Wait what? You made this?? WOW! Such great talent! Wish I had the same crafty hands!

  9. Liz A says:

    Great ideas here! I’m planning to make the numbers one for the little boy. Where did you buy the felt cloth by the way?

  10. Meg Mortega says:

    Uuuy sobrang galing nito! I admire DIY moms kasi arts and crafts is really not my thing hehe. I did a few and okay naman but di ko yata kaya ang ganito kaganda. Good job mommy! You can also make it na business 🙂

  11. Mommy Anna says:

    I admire you foe being creative and artistic 🙂 I hope I have also that. When my son is in toddler stage I used to buy all the materials.

  12. Gilian says:

    I’d love to create one like this for my baby. I have always liked quiet books but haven’t got the time to do them. Thanks for this one. Might do it this summer. 🙂

  13. Mommy Levy says:

    are you selling this book? This is awesome, you should make more.

  14. RJ Dancel says:

    Gosh, I wish I had these skills!!! Amazing work done here, momma!

  15. Natasheen says:

    This is a nice DIY! I wanna make one too! With the help of my Mom, of course, otherwise I will end up getting frustrated in the process! Lol

  16. What a lovely DIY’d book! A true labor of love! Perfect for the little ones!

  17. I truly admire you for your effort. Sewing those numbers and cars isnt that easy. And yet you were able to do them out of your desire to teach your darling. Such lucky kid.

  18. Alaine says:

    You are so creative! Your posts inspire me to buy a sewing machine.

  19. Badet Siazon says:

    Wow, you’re so creative! Great job Jen! Next time a tutorial please.

  20. OMG ang galing! You can totally make a business out of this.

  21. May says:

    Oooh I love this types of book. So interactive! Ang cute cute pa, ako mismo gusto ko shang laruin, haha.

  22. Denice says:

    You’re good at DIY’s! I want one for bunny! Something she can play around with for long trips or plane rides. 🙂

  23. Macy Santos says:

    Wow! Amazing DIY project for your kid- you are truly talented.

  24. jared's mum says:

    Wow your sewing skills are so remarkable mum! I sure hope I can sew as good as you. This is a lovely educational toy that I am sure your little one will enjoy! Have you ever thought of turning this hobby into a small business? Am sure a lot of mums who are not too adept at sewing would love to own one of these for their little ones.

  25. Neri Ann says:

    Ang cute nung cars and nung mga apples! I always want to do felt crafts! Galing mu mommy!

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