I made these bears to go with this flannel board. They took almost no time to make and my daughter loves them. You can turn this activity into a game by putting pictures of the different outfits on cards (or just having colored cards in a container) and having your child put the outfit/color that matches the card they drew on their bear. Turn the dress into a skirt by cutting it in half.
Patterns for these bears are available as free downloads here. The faces on my bears were drawn on using a regular gel pen; a sharpie would work as well.
MaryAnne lives is a craft loving educator, musician, photographer, and writer who lives in Silicon Valley with her husband Mike and their four children.
4 thoughts on “Felt Board Dress-up Bears”
This is really cute!! You can also do “Teddy wore her ____dress” like Mary Wore Her Red Dress.>>Teddy wore her red dress>red dress>red dress>Teddy wore her red dress to play today!>>You can also make a little weather window and outfits like a snow suit or raincoat and sing:>What is the weather, weather weather, >What does the weather bear say today?>She says it’s (sunny/rainy/snowy etc. 3x so like sunny sunny sunny)>That’s what the weather bear says today! >>Have fun! Here’s another dress up bear if someone likes the idea but doesn’t want to make one:>http://www.funfelt.com/weather-teddy-bears.html
What a cute and easy idea! I am loving your blog.
Thanks! I’d been thinking about them for the past week or so, and I was really happy with how they turned out so I’m glad you like them too :)
These are so cute!
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