DIY SHAPES Quiet Book for toddlers

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Hurray for our first try of not-so-quiet activity book! 
Read more to check each page and learn the benefits of the felt book to the children.
This is a lovely hand sewn item 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:
– knowing different shapes and colors
– learn to identify items
– practice how to button and unbutton, as well as snapping buttons and velcro
– playing shape and color matching
– enhances gross and fine motor skills
Here are the pages:
page 1
Identify the different shapes and colors, and match it to the second page.
page 2
page 3

Match the item on a designated shape and learn to button.

page 4
page 5
Same thing: match the item on a designated shape and learn to button
page 6
page 7

Build a train by matching the shapes through snapping.

page 8
Materials used: felt, cotton, beads, buttons, ribbons, hot glue, snaps, velcro, wiggly eyes, yarn
Important note: The book includes small loose parts and parental guidance is a must at all times.
You can also check out some more of our not-so-quiet books as well as our A-Z activities! 😉
Here’s my video of how Marshall plays the book:



    1. Thank you! This is also my first try and I’m glad that it went well. I’mm still on the process of making the ABC book and I’ll make a blog once it’s done 🙂

  1. That’s a really nice book. I like diy look it has and the activities kids can do with it.
    I will also call it a not so quiet book because knowing my sons, I’m pretty sure they’ll be noisy.

    1. Thank you! I’d probably stick on that theme until I feel that my boy is really not a baby. And yes, I made the book by myself. Medyo matrabaho pero worth it naman 🙂

  2. Love the book and would love to have one as well. Weve got a lot of soft books and until now, they are so useful. They have been with us 14 years since my oldest is more than 14 years old. My one year old loves to read the books again and againI.

  3. Aww. This one’s cute! I was thinking if my son will need one. He knows some shapes already at 20 months old. Natatakot lang ako sa buttons, baka kasi kagatin nya and lunukin pag di ako nakatingin.

  4. I once saw a video of an interactive book for kindergartners like this. This is so dynamic and I’m sure tots would love it.

    I guess my only concern is when it gets dirty, then I’ll have to get it dry cleaned.

  5. That’s a cute book. Toddlers will really have fun learning shapes with it. If I have a toddler, I’d really buy this too.

  6. This is a very ideal book for small children. I remember getting a similar book for my son when he was a few months old. I still keep the book, knowing it will be handy for when I had a new baby

  7. This is so cute and walang mga sharp edges kaya sobrang like ko ito for Chelsea. Actually nakita nya and natutuwa sya sa color.

  8. Such a great idea! Our new baby is only 4 months old now so he might not appreciate this yet. But I’d love to try to make him one when he gets a bit older.

  9. This is a great idea for fine motor skills and cognitive development. I’ll include it in my plan to make something like this for my son for his home activities. 🙂

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