Welcome to this week’s placeholder for the September 15th Flannel Friday Round Up! We’ve got quite the collection of fabulous creations this week, starting with…
Heather’s absolutely adorable crew of gnomes and equally amazing songs at Lady Librarian’s Literacy, Lifestyle and Lookbook Blog! Never once have I thought of doing a gnome theme, but now I’m thinking I must at least incorporate them into a garden storytime. Thanks Heather!
Just in time for my upcoming farm and math themes in October, Erin at Falling Flannelboards is sharing a Color Farm flannel. I love this idea for practicing print and shape awareness! Welcome back to Flannel Friday Erin! Thanks for sharing such a fun idea!
Speaking of upcoming themes, Wendy at Flannel Board Fun has got a great Halloween-themed Frankenstein face to share. What a flexible set- you could build Frankie’s face together with a small group, have fun with putting the parts in the wrong places if you have a large group, or let the kiddos explore at a flannelboard center. Thanks Wendy!
Keith at Felt-tastic Flannelboard Funtime is publicly proclaiming his love for Jane Cabrera this week (which I’m sure we all share!) and sharing I’m a Little Teapot! I never knew there was a second verse before to this well-loved nursery rhyme, did you? Head on over to Keith’s blog to find out what it is!
Bridget over at What is Bridget Reading has a gem of a flannel to share with us this week (lame pun intended)! I’m always looking for more pirate ideas. This guessing game looks like a super fun way to practice number recognition while helping duck find her lost treasure!
Speaking of games Laura at One for the Books is sharing 16 pairs of matching mittens! She used this flannel in a fun storytime all about getting dressed. I can’t wait to try out the Ravioli song!
We’ve also got some bookish flannels this week! Anna over at Future Librarian Superhero is sharing A Good Day for a Hat by T. Nat Fuller and showing off her freehand skills. (Seriously, Anna?! That’s amazing!) Speaking of amazing, have you checked out Anna’s project over at Everyday Diversity? What a great resource for finding inclusive storytime titles!
Lastly, I’ve got a bookish flannel to share as well. Do Lions Live on Lily Pads? by Melanie Walsh makes a great flannel for the toddler crowd! Kids just love to tell grown-ups no, don’t they?
Thanks everyone for contributing this week! Be on the lookout for more fun flannels next week with Lisa at Libraryland. Have a great weekend!
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