Welcome to Flannel Friday! Let’s do what Anne did last week–if you have a Flannel Friday post, leave the link to your blog here in the comments and I will add them to this post as we go along.
Have a great day!
My Kitten’s Mitten from Anne at So Tomorrow: This is a fun color rhyme that you can make as long or as short as you want!
5 Little Ducks from Alison at Miss Alison is Blogging! A great example of fast & colorful cardstock finger puppets.
Dog’s Colorful Day by Kendra at Delectable Dabbling–everyone woot for her first Flannel Friday post! Check out how she uses a laminated printout for Dog and velcro and felt for the dots: very durable and easy to walk around to the group!
Library Quine is joining us again from Scotland! She’s also showing off her Dog’s Colourful Day at Loons and Quines at Librarytime. There’s a reason we’ve all done this one, people, and that’s because it’s PERFECT for storytime!
Linda shows us her very cool prop-creation process at Notes from the Story Room for an “interactive duck” prop for the folktale Drakestail.
Andrea makes Bee Bim Bop out of milk filters (YUM!) at RovingFiddlehead Kidlit. Her food looks gorgeous! I love the detail you can add when you use milk filters.
There are Five Little Cats looking all over the place from Nicole at Narrating Tales of Preschool Storytime.
ANOTHER first time Flannel Friday post from Erin at the wonderfully-named Falling Flannelboards blog! Yahoo! She’s sharing an “Air, Ground, or Water” sorting game perfect for a traveling or things that go storytime.
Miss Mollie shares a flannelboard for the old folktale Bremen Town Musicians on What Happens In Storytime… How can you not love that ridiculous pile of animals?
Moxie tackles what can be a difficult storytime theme of Royalty with 5 Knights in Shining Armor who look ready for anything! They’re over at Storytimes with Moxie.
Katie at Storytime Secrets has a great update to Daddy’s Ties that adds in Grandma’s Scarf and Grandpa’s Ties, in time for Grandparents’ Day!
The OTHER amazing Katie, at Storytime Katie, has an apple flannel inspired by previous Flannel Fridays and a Pinterest find! Her two-sided flannels have a bite missing on one side!
Cate at Storytiming has a Teeny Tiny Spider with extremely long legs, all the better to crawl upon you!
Sharon at Reading Chick has the great idea of adapting an Easy Reader book to a flannel, for Jenny’s Socks, up on Rain Makes Applesauce.
And Mary adapts a board book, the classic Dear Zoo, complete with lift-the-flaps, at Miss Mary Liberry!
And my Halloween Colors flannel is here at Mel’s Desk.
Check out these posts via our Flannel Friday Pinterest account, and visit So Tomorrow for past roundups and future hosting schedule.
But wait! There’s more! Tracey at 1234 More Storytimes brings us a great new way to do a guessing game with Who Lives in the Ocean
AND Library Lady sent in Flannel Board Free, a post about her flannelboard, magnet board, and prop use in storytime, at Story Time with the Library Lady.