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Wednesday, June 9

Lady Bug Felt Counters

WARNING: I am officially on a huge felt kick. I now have my 1980s felt board I made by hot gluing felt to cardboard, and a whole bunch of felt ready to be made into fun projects!

I made these really easy ladybugs for practicing number recognition and counting.

Bad idea to take a picture of them on a black table :( 
I tried to lighten the pictures the best I could.

Cut out a red oval and black semi-circle head.

Use puffy paint to make the #, and tacky glue to stick the head onto the body.
(Do you remember the glow-in-the-dark puffy paint back in the early 90s? 
That stuff was the best!)

I made 6 ladybugs for now..

I am really excited to make more felt activities, stories, and crafts,
so stay tuned for the fun felt frenzy!


Haley and Lance (but probably just Haley) said...

These are really cute! Yeah, felt is pretty much the best. And puffy paint!? Definitely a good memory. Lance and I were just in the car talking about how much we hope you're still doing preschool in 4 years when we have someone old enough to go. Fingers crossed.

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