Friday, April 5, 2013

Flannel Friday Round-Up

Happy Friday! Welcome to the very best part of anybody's Friday evening/Saturday Librarian morning shift- it's the Flannel Friday Round-Up!

Mrs. Shaia at Thrive After Three adapted Amy Krouse Rosenthal's Duck! Rabbit! That book is ALWAYS checked out at our branch and this is a great way to share it with a wider audience if that's the case at your library too. She even includes a bonus "same thing seen in different ways" flannel at the end!

Lisa from LibraryLand brings back her ever popular Pete the Cat flannel with lots of extra early literacy options. I love the shoes hanging from the clothesline.

Jane (and Piper) from Piper Loves the Library have another Pete the Cat flannel for us today. Her version of Four Groovy Buttons has a fantastic tie dyed shirt and some other add ons to supplement the patterns provided at the Harper Collins resource page.

Miss Tara at Storytime with Miss Tara and Friends has some great ideas for a spring themed story time. I have no idea what those adorable baby animals are and I'm super impressed that the story time kids did!

Kathryn from Fun with Friends at Storytime brings us two great ideas to use with one Mama Hen with a surprising lift-the-flap detail.

Better keep that Mama Hen away from K and Storytime ABCs! K gives us several ways to  use her very wiggly and colorful worms. Keep reading for more story time craft and snack ideas.

Bridget at What is Bridget Reading? celebrates National Poetry Month with a round-up of seven poems that she has previously flannelized. Make sure you stop by her blog and answer her challenge: How are YOU celebrating National Poetry Month?

Andrea from Librarian vs. Storytime brings us an I Spy game, looking for high flying things in the sky.

Linda at Notes from the Story Room has a version of The Fisherman and His Wife with the complete story (!) and suggestions for how to use the flannel pieces.

The Library Lady from Story Time with the Library Lady shows us a bunch of different ways to celebrate the wind and kites. She's got scarves and parachutes and crafts that fly!

Miss Courtney from Miss Courtney Loves Bobo has a flannel inspired by Byron Barton's My Car to pair with a Mother Goose on the Loose song.

Rachel from Rachel's Reading Room introduces us to a terrifying monster who just wants to eat shapes.

Abby at Abby the Librarian has a fun color sorting game using clothespins that also teaches an important safety lesson!

Miss Meg at Miss Meg's Storytime rings in spring (or at least asks spring to visit Wisconsin) with colorful butterflies AND a bonus flannel game a la Little Mouse featuring butterflies and caterpillars. 

And finally, I'm Lucy, this is my blog and I've got a colorful toolbox for you today with a flannelized version of Marilyn Singer's Let's Build a Clubhouse.

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