In my last post I described a few of the “big brother” projects my 4.5-year-old has been making for baby. (Note we will be very careful when reading it to Peanut and not let it anywhere near his 6-month-old mouth). I explained how much I love the Usborne touchy-feely books. Recently, I got them out of storage to have brothers share with #3, and we’ve been enjoying reading them together. This gave me the idea to work with Pumpkin on making one for Peanut.
I wanted to keep with the organization scheme I’ve developed for the blog, so I created a craft page with How to Make a Touchy Feely Book. Check it out and let me know what you think.
That’s not my dinosaur, its wings are too hard (cardboard wings)
That’s not my dinosaur, its tail is too slippery (aluminum foil)
That’s not my dinosaur, its tongue is too sticky (wax ear plug)
That’s not my dinosaur, its tail is too soft (gauze)
That’s not my dinosaur, its tail is too rough (sponge)
That’s not my dinosaur, its body is too sparkly (hand-drawn sparkles)