I’m not much of a sewer, so when I first heard of Quiet Books I looked for a no-sew printable quiet book. Sadly I did not find one, and decided to make my own! Remember this Quiet Book post? After I designed a Bible version and a Farm Life version, I then got excited and created a couple more!
Printable Quiet Books
We now have 5:
At home with the kids? Instantly access any of these printable activity bundles to keep them learning!
Here’s a quick video on putting the quiet books together (you can get them here):
Tips on putting the Printable Quiet Book Together:
First print your printable quiet book pages. Laminating can be expensive, so if you don’t already have a laminator and you know you will be doing future projects like this, I recommend getting your own pouch laminator. I used to recommend the Apache for a cheap laminator, but it does not laminate the thicker pouches very well I have fount out. Just get the Scotch and you will be set. Also, I recommend 5 or 7 MIL thickness on the pouches so that your Quiet Book is more durable. I have always just bought the Lamination Depot brand, so I don’t have recommendations on any other brands than that. If you know you will be laminating other projects, they sale fun variety packs with different sized pouches that you can experiment with. After laminating my quiet books, I bound them with coil binding for about $2 or less. For attaching the pieces to the pages, I used velcro dots.
Here’s what the Printable Quiet Books looks like once it’s laminated and bound:
and here’s a sampling of some of the quiet book activity pages:
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