When my older children were preschool age, we made alphabet books out of composition notebooks. We'd sit around on rainy days with a stack of magazines and cut out pictures of basketballs and bikes to glue onto the "B" page, while pictures of snakes and shoes found their way onto the "S" page.
I decided to get a little more creative with Lyla's book.
We folded a stack of paper bags in half and used a whole punch and ribbon to create a binding.
I found the colorful letter stickers in the back of Michael's in the clearance section. Three dollars?!
Move over store-bought lift-the-flap books. Lyla's book is filled with so many things to open, lift, pull, and stuff.
Nice fingernails, Lyla.
She enjoys the cutting and pasting.
Stickers are fun, too.
"L" is for lace.
"P" is for pearls.
There are plenty of hiding spaces for new pictures.
"S" is for snake.
Anyone want to donate some old preschool-friendly magazines?