December 2, 2010

Christmas Pocket Folder

This is a little pocket folder I made for my youngest child.
It is similar in construction to the Autumn Pocket Folder.

He totes it around our home and to activities outside of the house. 

It's compact size makes it easy for little fingers to hold. 

All of it was constructed from supplies we had on hand:
 card stock paper, letter stickers, border stickers, old Christmas cards, and some cut out shapes. 
I did laminate the pieces for durability.

The pocket folder contains all sorts of activities for our son. 


matching patterns like the stars of the skies,

matching colors like silver,

matching pictures and shapes like the angels,

matching scenes like the the wise men traveling,

matching the stable scenes,

and matching decorations of modern times.

The best part, in my opinion, is using the pieces to tell the true meaning of Christmas...

It all fits neatly into the pockets of the folder,

and is ready to travel with our preschooler.

This post has been linked to ABC and 123 for Show and Tell.


  1. What a great idea! Thanks for sharing this.

  2. This is such an awesome way to reuse old cards. I bet you have hours of fun with it.

  3. That is fantastic........I wish I had the time and energy to make at least one for a little girl I will see on Christmas might work for the youngest of two other little girls....hmmmmm
    Great Grace idea.

  4. This is a great teaching tool. Your narration and photography of it are wonderful. blessings on your day!


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