If you don’t already know, I have two daughter – one just turned three and the other will be two in April. They keep me pretty busy and I’m always looking for fun ways to incorporate learning into our daily lives. We recently picked up a set of wooden animals and I thought it was the perfect opportunity for my oldest to start learning where different animals live around the world.
So I grabbed some fabrics from my stash (basic cotton for the continents and a flannel for the water) and set to work on my map. Since it’s for a three year old I didn’t worry about being too detailed, just got the general shape drawn out.
I show the step-by-step process in my video tutorial HERE!
I absolutely love how this little learning floor mat turned out and I know Peyton does too! What other DIY projects do you think we should make for our homeschooling supplies??
Did you know I have a second channel?!? I’m trying to get back to posting on it and started with a recipe video yesterday for White Chicken Chili. Click HERE to watch that video!
Make sure to come back next week for another new sewing tutorial. Until then, Happy Sewing!