Gramma's Little Shop
Gramma's Little Shop started when I began making things for my 2 grandchildren Malin and Parker. At the time, I sold completed items and over time I found that I really enjoyed making up the patterns so that's where I am today. My patterns are not computer drafted but hand drawn and require varying amounts of skill from basic beginner to a little more complex. If you can handle an iron, a pair of scissor and a glue gun you can make these. WHY FELT BOARDS? Felt play expands the imagination! Children will create characters, storylines, conflicts, etc. Telling a story using felt uses multiple senses. Felt boards assist with fine motor skills, social skills, memorization, independence, and language development.
Disability Awareness Felt Board Educational Patterns
Disability Awareness Educational Patterns includes Blindness, Autism, and Mobility
Teaching about disabilities is not always easy. This set of 10 figures – 5 girls and 5 boys portraying various disabilities will foster questions to help young children learn about others that have disabilities. Great addition to a home school, preschool or kindergarten.
The set contains patterns for the following:
Boy with a cane – Girl with missing limb
Boy with braces – Girl with autism
Boy with seeing eye dog – Girl with seeing eye dog
Boy with walker – Girl with walker
Boy in wheelchair – Girl in wheelchair
These are HAND DRAWN not computer drafted patterns to make felt cutouts to be used on a felt or flannel board.
NOTE: I use freezer paper to print my patterns. Freezer paper is available as a roll in grocery stores and can be cut into 8 1/2″ x 11 sheet to print on or you can purchase precut sheets.
I have also included basic instructions on making a felt board with this pattern.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS A PDF HAND DRAWN PATTERN ONLY – NOT A COMPLETED ITEM.
THERE ARE NO REFUNDS ON PATTERNS
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A little about me. My name is Kathy and I have been married to my hubby Paul for 47 years. Where has the time gone? We have 3 children – Steve, Ryan and Holly – and one wonderful son-in-law Dustin. I am a grandma to Malin and Parker and they keep me on my toes. Besides my family and my shop I enjoy traveling, photography, and reading.