Alphabet page. We have all the letter in the pocket on the front cover. They velcro on & off.
Getting dressed page & closet. It's got a zipper to play with and the doll clothes velcro on & off.
The house is "Lift the flaps". Weaving page... some of these pages she'll grow into.
Winter and spring themed pages. Build a snowman (velcro part) and button on the flowers.
Summer and fall themed pages. The apples snap on and off and the leaves velcro on and off.
Shape matching and hanging clothes on a clothesline.
Counting with beads and a peek-a-book page. When she's older she can braid the yarn hair too.
"Whats in mommy's purse" and a notepad for drawing. Some keys, dead credit cards and play make-up will probably go in the purse.
If you want to try your hand at making your own (its a great project, but its not really any cheaper than buying one, except when you make your own you get a lot more pages for your $30), here are some resources that I found and used to make Allison's.
- Anna Fowler's Quiet Book blog ... lots of good ideas and a work in progress. You might check her family blog for her post that shows all her quiet book pages on it.
- LDS Quiet Book Packets ... for purchase, but can give you some good ideas.
- How to make an LDS Quiet Book ... this one now has patterns for quiet book pages. The author of the book by the same name as the website gave permission for them to be publish on the website.
If you want to know more about how I made mine or what I used comment here or email me. =)
PS - this was my 100th post, and I just passed my 1 year blog-o-versary! Stay tuned for some blog candy... (aka: a give-away) =)