Flannel Friday Round Up!

So many great children’s library bloggers are involved in Flannel Friday that it’s been five weeks since I hosted a round up, and we’re also booked for hosts for the next six weeks! If you are interested in hosting in August, let Anne at So Tomorrow know, and she can add you to the schedule on her blog. She has been so generous to have her blog serve as the online hub of Flannel Friday.

Here’s today’s Round Up! If I missed you, leave me a comment and a link!

Baa Baa Black Sheep
from Andrea (@aflemming) at Rovingfiddlehead Kidlit

Storytime Magic! (Caterpillar-Cocoon-Butterfly)
from Anne (@opinionsbyanna) at Future Librarian Superhero

Silly Sally
from Anne (@sotomorrow) at So Tomorrow

A House for Birdie
From Cate (@storytimingcate) at Storytiming

Summer Shapes
from Katie (@katietweetsya) at Storytime Katie

Sorting Activity: Around the Neighborhood
from Katie (@sharingsoda) at Story Time Secrets

There’s a Bug on the Teacher!
from Mary (@daisycakes) at Miss Mary Liberry

Ice Cream Summer
from Mollie (@molliekay) at Miss Mollie’s Storytime Fun

I Had a Cat
from Nicole (@Nikarella) at Narrating Tales of Preschool Storytime

Mouse Shapes
from Sarah at Read Rabbit Read

Mary Had a Little Lamb
from Tracey (@tcy28) at 1234 More Storytimes

Shoo Fly (Pipe cleaner puppets)
from me here at Mel’s Desk

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3 Responses to Flannel Friday Round Up!

  1. Michelle M. says:

    You guys are all so talented. Great job!

  2. Amy says:

    Not sure how it would be best to get this out to the others who frequently post Flannel Fridays, but I’m wondering how you all store and organize your flannel boards. How do you keep track of what you have? Where do you store them? I’m maxed out in my current storage space for flannel boards but would like to make more from the great ideas I’ve seen on these posts. Before I add to the mayhem, I’m interested to get some tips from the Flannel Pros! :)

  3. Melissa says:

    Amy, this is a great question! One blog post coming up!

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