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Flannel Friday Round-Up

on February 26, 2014

It’s Flannel Friday! Here are this week’s awesome submissions:

Bridget over at What is Bridget Reading crocheted these cute Rabbit Finger Puppets. Think of all the rhymes and stories one could use with these!

rabbits

Kathryn at Fun with Friends at Storytime made these Lion Puppets (Yes, they’re puppets!). She’s using these along with the rhyme “5 Ferocious Lions.”

lions

Lisa from Thrive After Three made this video about using Edward Gibbs’ I Spy series in flannel form. I love when librarians make videos. It’s so helpful!

Anne at So Tomorrow created a flannel adaption of The Noisy Counting Book by Susan Schade. It sounds like such a fun story to tell!

noisy

Jennifer at Storytime Extras made these Two Little Blackbirds props for the kids to use while saying the rhyme… Much more exciting than just using their pointer finger!

blackbirds

Katie at Story Time Secrets made this flannel set for the rhyme There Was an Old Man with a Beard by Edward Lear. Kids will love this silly rhyme, and will probably enjoy discussing what else could find a home in his beard!

beard

Mrs. Todd at A Librarian Less Ordinary wrote about her Shark Storytime that included this flannel set to go along with the song Five Little Fishies. I love that shark!

sharks

Dana over at Magic Librarian created this Down by the Bay set to use with the Raffi’s version of the song. This set looks so fun, and this song will be stuck in my head for the rest of the day now for sure!

downbythebay

Ms. Monica at Ram Ram Storytime shared this prop to go along with the book Monkey Soup by Lois Sachar. What a great way to bring this story to life!

monkeysoup

Miss Sue at Library Village created a flannel set to tell the classic tale, Goldilocks. These pieces are GORGEOUS!

goldilocks

Anne at itsybitsymom made this fabulous I Can Read! rebus rhyme magnet set. I’m sure the kids loved making all kinds of different sentences!

magnets

Piper at Piper Loves the Library made this lovely flannel circles as part of her Common Ground Art Smart program. This sounds like such an amazing program, and Piper gives an in-depth how-to!

smartart

This week, I (Jenna at Stories with Ms. Jenna) made this cake to use with the rhyme Five Birthday Candles in my upcoming birthday storytime.

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Thanks everyone for your creative submissions this week!

For more information about Flannel Friday, check out the blog. To find more flannel inspiration, take a look at the pinterest.

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12 responses to “Flannel Friday Round-Up

  1. Hi Jenna, Thanks for hosting this week. Here’s my post about Lions. http://kdr4xmom.blogspot.com/2014/02/lionsoh-my.html

  2. They’re made out of flannel…bird puppets for Two Little Blackbirds!
    http://storytimeextras.blogspot.com/2014/02/two-little-blackbirds.html

  3. Dana Jones says:

    Thanks for hosting! Here is my flannel for Down By the Bay, for my llama storytime:
    http://www.magiclibrarian.com/flannels-props-2/down-by-the-bay/

  4. Miss Sue says:

    Thanks for hosting! Here’s another version of Goldilocks and the Three Bears immortalized in flannel! http://libraryvillage.blogspot.com/2014/02/flannel-friday-goldilocks.html

  5. itsybitsymom says:

    Thank you for hosting! Here is my magnet board share “I Can Read!” http://itsybitsymom.wordpress.com/2014/02/28/flannel-friday-i-can-read/

  6. Jane Breen says:

    Here’s my contribution…a little bit of flannel and a lot of art! Thanks for hosting! ~ jane
    http://piperlovesthelibrary.blogspot.com/2014/02/common-ground-art-smart.html

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