Felt Quiet Book of Prehistoric Times - Mesozoic, Paleozoic - and Cenozoic Eras - Dinosaurs - Volcano - Camp fire - Cavemen - Education Tool
A quiet book is a type of educational and interactive toy made from felt and other soft materials. It typically consists of several pages, each with a different theme or activity, and is designed to keep young children entertained and engaged.
The Mesozoic, Paleozoic, and Cenozoic era pages of this quiet book feature felt dinosaurs and pieces that allow children to explore the different periods of prehistoric time. Each page may have different elements that represent the different periods, such as volcanoes, mountains, or forests. The felt pieces, including dinosaurs, may be removable and can be used for imaginative play.
On the Mesozoic era page, children can learn about the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous periods and play with felt dinosaurs such as the T-Rex, Stegosaurus, and Triceratops. There is also a volcano that children can pull the string to make it "erupt." There are two Dinosaur eggs that can be put in the nest.
On the Paleozoic era page, children can play with felt sea creatures, such as ammonites and trilobites.
On the Cenozoic era page, children can play with felt animals such as the woolly mammoth, saber-toothed tiger, as well as plants and other prehistoric elements. There is a caveman and cave women finger puppet, and a felt fire and felt cave with a pocket on the back.
All the pages and pieces are made with felt and vinyl. There is a vinyl pocket on some of the pages to put the animals in during play. Each page has a felt pocket on the back to store your extra pieces.
Overall, this quiet book provides a fun and educational way for children to learn about prehistoric times and explore their creativity through imaginative play.