The original felt board that I made for J while I was pregnant with K has taken a beating lately. Besides, it was too small for both boys to play with together. So after making a new, and much larger, felt board, I created this adorable little flower set. It was all cut by hand with no patterns because that's how I roll...
I used the felt scraps that I accumulated from making quiet books before Christmas. I cut out five flower pot shapes and enough stems and flowers to make 15 flowers. The entire play set is pictured below.
Although the new felt board hasn't been hung up yet, I couldn't resist letting the boys check this activity out. I set up the felt board as follows:
The idea was to sort the flowers so that one pot would have one flower, another pot with two flowers, etc. J quickly started "planting" some flowers.
And here's J's finished felt garden.
Looking for more felt board play ideas? You can view all our other activities here, including dinosaur dress up, mix and match monsters, and mix and match owls. Be sure to also follow my felt board play board on Pinterest.