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Every Hero Has a Story Felt Table

Superhero Felt Table (4)

I made red, yellow and blue “backgrounds” on polka dotted felt so it looks like a comic book.

To kickoff the summer reading theme this year, I made a felt table for children to play with during the busy months. I used Storytime Katie’s post a while back as inspiration and then went to the craft store. I haven’t stopped hearing squeals since I put it out!

Superhero Felt Table (6)

5 superhero gals

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5 superhero lads

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Complete with speech bubbles and signals.

Happy summer!

8 comments on “Every Hero Has a Story Felt Table

  1. Lois Burgess
    June 20, 2015

    This is absolutely wonderful, Lisa πŸ™‚

  2. Laura Bultman
    June 24, 2015

    I just love this! I was actually hosting Flannel Friday this week and I added a link to this. I hope that’s ok. (and I’m sorry for the delay in telling you! Yay summer reading…..) If you’d rather I took the link off the post, I totally will. Thanks for sharing your awesome ideas.

    • mrsshaia
      June 24, 2015

      Thanks for doing that! I missed the deadline. πŸ™‚ Too busy with summer reading.

  3. Laura Bultman
    June 24, 2015

    Oh, whoops, the link. It’s at

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    • mrsshaia
      August 20, 2015

      Look at you go! This is awesome. Thanks for the link. I have a fairy tale one coming soon…stay tuned!

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