Disney Princess Quiet Book with Pattern: Quiet book activity ideas for girls and quiet book activities for boys too!
Cinderella Lacing Quiet Book Activity
Rapunzel Hair Decorating Quiet Book Activity
Cut out the pieces for the hair and for the flowers.
Loop the hair pieces together to make them look like a braid and lay it on the book page. Glue it into place. Glue the bottom of the ponytail piece onto the ponytail as well. Let it dry.
Add Velcro to the backs of the flowers and stick the opposite Velcro pieces onto the hair.
Stick the flower pieces onto the Velcro to decorate Rapunzel’s hair!
Snow White Apple Matching Quiet Book Activity
Cut out all of the pieces you need for this activity.
Glue the tree together on to the book page. Glue one half of each matching apple onto the tree. Let it dry.
Put a piece of Velcro on each apple piece on the tree and put the other part of the Velcro onto the back of the matching apple pieces.
Match Snow White’s bites of the apples with the other bites that look the same!
This is an activity that is totally gender neutral, so you wouldn’t have to try to change it at all for boys.
Mulan Tic-Tac-Toe Quiet Book Activity
Cut out all of the pieces that you need for this activity on the felt and foam that is noted on the pattern.
Glue the felt strips onto the book page to look like a tic-tac-toe grid. Let dry.
Hot glue the flowers and swords onto the black squares.
Put a piece of Velcro on each section of the tic-tac-toe grid. Put the other part of the Velcro onto the back of each game piece.
This could be a boy activity without changing it, but if you don’t want to do flowers, you could do dragons and have it just be a general ninja theme.
Merida Arrow Color Match Quiet Book Activity
Cut out all of the pieces you need out of the felt.
Glue the target pieces together, then glue the targets onto the book page.
Glue the arrow pieces together. Let everything dry.
Place Velcro onto the center of each target. Put the other part of the Velcro onto the backside of each arrow.
Match the arrows with the colors of the targets!
This is a very gender neutral activity, so you wouldn’t need to adjust it at all for boys.
Elsa Ice Castle Building Quiet Book Activity
Cut out all of the castle pieces out of the glitter white foam.
Stick pieces of Velcro onto the backs of each of the pieces.
Lay out the castle how you want it and peel off the back of the other side of the Velcro to stick it onto the book page.
Have fun building the castle in different ways!
This could be made a little more for boys by choosing a different color of foam. Maybe try a gray foam and have them build a castle for a knight!
Ariel Treasure Hunt Quiet Book Activity
Cut out all of the pieces you need out of felt and foam as directed on the pattern.
Put glue around 3 of the sides of the bottom of the treasure chest and glue it onto the page.
Glue the rest of the pieces of the treasure chest together. Let it dry.
Put Velcro pieces onto the backs of each treasure item. Put the opposite side of the Velcro in different places all over the page. Stick the treasures to the Velcro.
You can now “hunt” for treasure to put in the treasure chest. You can even take this a step further and have children count the items, sort them by colors, etc.
This is also a pretty gender neutral activity. Just call it pirate treasure hunting!
Cogsworth Time Telling Quiet Book Activity
Cut out all of the pieces you need for this page out of the felt and the gold glitter foam as directed on the pattern.
Glue the felt pieces together on the book page to make up the Cogsworth face. Let it dry.
Stab a hole in the middle of the nose. Stuff the brad through the clock hands and stick it in the nose of Cogsworth.
Cut out numbers from iron on vinyl and iron on the numbers around Cogsworth’s face. Make sure to use a spare sheet of fabric or something to lay over the face while you iron on the numbers so you don’t melt the felt.
Give you child a time to turn the clock hands to. This is also a very gender neutral activity, so you wouldn’t need to do any adjustments for boys.
For the book cover, cut out words out of iron on vinyl for the title of your book and iron it onto where the front of your book will be.
Pin the edges of the cover and the pages. Sew along all of the edges.
Place all of the pages flat onto the flat cover of the book. Pin all of them together in the middle and sew a line right down the middle to connect all of the pages together.
You are done! Your kiddos can now enjoy their fun quiet book and it can be a treasured toy for ages! It is perfect for church, car trips, airplane rides, or everyday play!
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