Lately Audrey has been pointing out colors wherever we go. Ba-lue! Lellow! Wed! I made this memory game with her (and her toddler friends) in mind. It's perfect for little ones learning shapes + colors.
The last memory game I created was cute and tiny, but not appropriate for little hands. This version was made with the same kind of wood discs + wool felt. Two of my favorite materials.
To make one for the toddler in your life you'll need:
12- 1 1/2" wood discs
wool felt in 6 different colors
Heat N' Bond
To begin, simply adhere Heat N' Bond to the wool felt. With the paper backing still attached to the felt, cut 2 shapes from each color. Next remove the paper backing and iron the shapes to the wood discs.
Tip: make sure your iron is on the "no steam" setting. It took about 25 seconds of direct heat for the Heat N' Bond to adhere to the wood discs.
For Audrey's game I used primary colors and simple geometric shapes.
This is a simple + quick project that will bring your children hours of educational fun. Yay!