Flannel Clip Art & Patterns

I’ve gotten so many great ideas from other storytime providers, I love the chance to share back. Here’s files for some of the clip art and flannel pieces I have adapted and created for my storytimes.


Blackbirds/Black Bats [original pattern]
see Flannel Friday: Two Little Blackbirds / Two Little Black Bats

Castle, Princess, Frog, Throne, Cushion [original pattern]
see Flannel Friday: There’s a Castle in the Middle of the Moat

5 Birds: Oriole, Bluejay, Cardinal, Goldfinch, Chickadee [original pattern]
see Flannel Friday: Little Bird, Little Bird

5 Dinosaurs [pattern]
see Baby Storytime: Dinosaurs

5 Little Babies
see instructions here

5 Little Kernels Popcorn / Kernels (pdf) [original patterns]
see Flannel Friday: Popcorn & Kernels

5 Nickels [original clip art]
see Flannel Friday: Down Around the Corner

5 Strawberries [original pattern]
see Flannel Friday: 5 Strawberries

Joseph’s Overcoat
see instructions here

6 Ducklings [original pattern]
see Flannel Friday: 6 Ducklings

Spider, Ladybug, Butterfly [original pattern]
see Flannel Friday: Garden Bugs

Thanks a Lot, by Raffi [original pattern]
see Flannel Friday: Thanks a Lot

Train Engine, Cars, & Caboose [original pattern]
see Flannel Friday: Clickety Clack


Cat in the Hat Finger Puppet Hats [props]
see instructions here

5 Green and Speckled Frogs [paper towel tube prop]
see instructions here

5 Little Nails [paper towel tube prop]
see instructions here

She’ll Be Comin’ Round the Mountain [accordion picture prop]
see instructions here

Shoo Flies [pipe cleaner puppets]
see instructions here

3 Mice Tails [fine motor control ribbon pull]
see instructions here


4 Responses to Flannel Clip Art & Patterns

  1. Pingback: Messy Storytime | rovingfiddlehead kidlit

  2. RScott says:

    how did you use the pics of the Converse Chuck Taylor tennis shoes? Was that for Pete the Cat School shoes?

  3. Melissa says:

    Hi! I did use the shoes with Pete the Cat, but not with School Shoes–I think this set predated that book! You can see the song I sang in this post: Preschool Storytime: Messy and Clean http://melissa.depperfamily.net/blog/?p=1092

  4. Nina says:

    These are so much fun!

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