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Flannel Friday Round-up October 14

October 14, 2011

Welcome to this week’s Flannel Friday Round-up! I will be following the hashtag #flannelfriday throughout the day to collect your creations (and hints for wearing flannel – fall has really brought out the other #flannelfriday group on Twitter!). In case you don’t have a Twitter account, you can also leave a comment on this post today.

Meghan at Busy Crafting Mommy’s bath storytime included a couple of flannels: Five Little Bubbles and Big Red Tub. She’s got mad skills with fabric paint!

Miss Mary Liberry brings us some delicious Stone Soup.

Spokaliciousness gets back in the flannelboard groove with The Runaway Bunny.

Storytime Katie brings us a trilingual Me and My Body flannel (English, Spanish and Polish)

Miss Alison is Blogging! uses popsicle stick puppets to jazz up Little Stegosaurus.

Anna at Future Librarian Superhero has the kids help to Fill up a Shopping Cart.

Sarah at Read It Again! brings us The Pigs’ Picnic.

Nikarella at Narrating Tales of Preschool Storytime brings us the BINGO variation, P-I-G-G-Y.

Melissa at Mel’s Desk has some great train templates for Clickety Clack.

Mollie at What Happens in Storytime has Five Little Cookies. Yum, perfect for National Dessert Day!

Story Time with the Library Lady shares 4 ideas including a video! Her Houses storytime included the cut and tell story, Little Orange House, as well as Little Red House. Her Up in the Trees storytime included a magnet game, Whoo’s Missing? and the song, The Green Grows All Around.

Storytiming Cate made the cutest little monsters for Bedtime for Monsters. She also asks the question, “What makes a story flannelizable?” Join the conversation.

Natasha the Artsy Librarian shares two projects as well: Five Little Ducks fingerpuppet glove and a Hide and Seek Chicks game.

I’ve got a Song Spinner.

Halloween Flannels

It’s no surprise that there are lots of Halloween flannelboards and activities this week! So many that they get their own special section.

Anne at So Tomorrow has a clothes line story that’s perfect for Halloween season, Inside a House that is Haunted.

Sharon at Rain Makes Applesauce has a Make a Jack O’Lantern flannel to build along with the kids AND Mrs. McMurphy’s Pumpkin!

Linda at Notes from the Storytime Room wrote & made Snacks for Ghosts & also has Bats in Hats.

Storytime with Moxie has fun with Five Little Pumpkins.

Finding Flannel Friday

For a visual round-up, the entries will be also be posted on Flannel Friday on Pinterest and when this post is completed it will be announced on the the new Facebook group and TwitterSo Tomorrow has all the past and future round-ups collected.

Thanks for participating! Looking forward to another week of inspiring posts!

6 thoughts on “Flannel Friday Round-up October 14

  1. I just started blogging but I have great ideas to contribute.

  2. Can you add Bedtime Little Monsters? http://wp.me/17lrO

  3. sharon says:

    Wow! Now that’s a roundup! Nice work!

  4. I did not see my ideas on Pinterst. Maybe I did not direct the blog correctly.
    http://natashatheartsylibrarian.blogspot.com/
    I am new to this.

    • rovingfiddlehead says:

      Sorry, Natasha. From the date on your post I thought it got picked up last week, but should have checked. They are up now.

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