For the cover, I found this quilted fabric at Walmart. I sewed these felt letters to the front as well as some buttons. Then, I ironed-on interfacing to the back to give it some strength. I used the same fabric for the inside of the cover. I punched holes in it where I wanted the rings to go to hold my pages in - and I put grommets in the holes to reinforce them. And then I sewed the two pieces together and put some button holes in. It was really pretty easy. The hole punching was the most difficult part.Page 1 is a clock. The hands can move around because they have grommets in them and they are attached to the clock by using a brad. So you can put them on what time it is.
Page 2 & 3 are a stop light and a map. There is a pocket holding the stop light colors so you match them to the right color on the light.
There is also a pocket holding some little button cars attached to the page by ribbons so they don't get lost. You can drive them around the map. I wanted to use micro machines but I couldn't find any...
Page 4 & 5 are Noah's Ark and a rainbow. The ark has a zipper at the top and inside are all these finger puppets.
This page took the longest to make - by far! Those finger puppets took a long time to make. But they turned out really well, I think.
The rainbow colors are pockets so you can arrange the animals two by two.
Page 6 & 7 are a money bag and a counting page.
There are coins in the bag and the number page has velcro on it, so you can attach the coins. There's also a little envelope to put the 10th coin in.
Page 8 & 9 are a missionary page and Jonah and the whale. The missionary tags are from Deseret Book and they say "Missionary in Training" on them. They are a pin kids can wear.
The whale has a zipper mouth so Jonah can be swallowed by the whale.
Page 10 & 11 are a letter and a mailbox. The envelope has crayons, a note pad and some envelopes in it.
And once the letters are written they can be put in the mailbox which has a pocket on the front.
Page 12 is baby Moses in a basket.
The basket strings are un attached so you have to weave them together to make a basket. And that's the end. We've used it once at church and it helped a little bit. My son's still too young to understand a lot of these activities, but I think he'll be able to use it for a long time. I remember using mine when I was a little girl and for that reason it was really fun to make and to give to him.