More to explore:

Quiet Books

There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
Visit site
  • Jessica Strom

    The Craft Patch: Fabric Quiet Book

  • Mary Kate Adduce

    I LOVE JONAH! The tree is supposed to be a family tree with little apples that have pictures of family members on them. Just haven't finished those dang apples. The other page is Jonah and the Whale. The whale has a zippy mouth so he can eat Jonah. (Non-Christians can change it to a shark eating fish)

  • Jessica Midgette

    Jonah and a big fish quiet book page

  • Kirsa Van Dusen

    Quiet book ideas

Related Pins

CUTE! Tiny quiet book idea. I love the mini idea. To stick in purse for at the grocery store, etc. If I make one for the grocery store then I can make with pictures of food and make it an "I spy" book. Or just make it a book to learn colors and shapes.

Quiet book A to Z, alphabet, ABC heirloom. $180,00, via Etsy.

Hair styling quiet book page. I like the idea of a pocket for the clips/hair ties

Quiet book - great idea for sensory stimulation. The link is no longer available. But, if you are crafty you get the idea how to make it.

Utilizar materiales diferentes que generen sensación al tacto con las manos es importante si queremos que mas el color y la forma, generan otro punto de interés en el que los niños interactuen con esa parte y aprendan jugando.

Great textured book, perfect when you are introducing books to babies. This book is perfect for learning book orientation, and page turning. Helps to prepare babies for paper books, with giving them a taste of colours pictures and textures.

Farm Quiet Book by LifeInOurNomad on Etsy, $40.00 EMBROIDERY NOW AVAILABLE!!

Zipper, Snaps, and Button Quiet Book Book Page

Numbers Quiet Book PDF Pattern by EverydayCelebrations on Etsy

This quiet book is one from etsy. (sixty dollars) Like the ides in them though. Fun and easy to do.

Paper Doll Page (I like that they are laminated, it says they are magnetic but not sure how) via. The Craft Patch: Dexter's Quiet Book

love the ideas for car obstacles! ...i wonder...wire reinforced ribbon on the underside of the tunnel. Would that help it stand up? Or would felt work just fine by itself? Maybe one end velcro's down so it can be flat when the book's closed and put up when the page is opened?