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Toddler Time: Felt Faces


Toddler Activity: Fun Felt Faces to learn facial features! via @mvemother

It’s time for another quick craft to keep your little one occupied, Felt Faces!

Have you ever watched a toddler when they realize they have a nose? Sometimes they’ll spend the entire day sniffing, pointing to it, and then pointed to yours! When they do, it’s the perfect time to start teaching them about the other parts of their face. That’s where this easy project comes into play. Follow along below as I walk you through how to make your own felt faces.



I want to note, this is an activity you’ll want to play WITH your child otherwise they’re libel to just take all the felt pieces off…and then put them back on in a stack…and then take them off…and then put them back on… You get my point. If you’re just looking for a minute, maybe that’s ok, but if you really want this to be a learning opportunity you’ve gotta help them along.

Be on the lookout for more Toddler Time activities and if you haven’t already, be sure to read about what we do with Pipe Cleaners and a Colander!

Toddler Activity: Fun Felt Faces to learn facial features! via @mvemotherToddler Activity: Lady Felt Face via @mvemotherToddler Activity: Puppy Felt Face via @mvemother

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