Flannel Friday: So Much by Trish Cooke

When I picked up So Much by Trish Cooke and Helen Oxenbury, I knew I had to make this loving Black family into a flannel. If you haven't encountered this delightful cumulative classic before, here's the jacket description: "Mom and baby are home alone when—DING DONG!—Auntie and then Uncle and Nannie and Gran-Gran and the cousins… Continue reading Flannel Friday: So Much by Trish Cooke

Flannel Friday: A Snowy Sky

I've still got snow on the brain! Cuddle up during baby storytime this winter to this fun seasonal flannelboard and song. Flannelboard: Three blue felt snowflakes against a white background. We hold our arms out wide for the sky, tickle our fingers down for snowflakes, and give our babies a gentle squeeze during the winter… Continue reading Flannel Friday: A Snowy Sky

Flannel Friday: Snowflake Songs

Sharing a counting flannel for the snowy season today! I love how versatile these fun little snowflakes are. We can use them to count up, count down, compare groups, etc. Saw a Snowflake is such a versatile counting song. You can use it to count up OR down! Since learning to count up (addition) comes… Continue reading Flannel Friday: Snowflake Songs