Another week of fabulous Flannel Friday contributions! I never cease to be amazed with the creativity each week. Thanks so much to everybody who shared this week.
Books to Flannelboards
Linda of Notes from the Story Room continues her inspiring series, “Telling a Story Five Ways,” using props to tell the story of The Fisherman and His Wife
With multiple copies of each key, Lisa at Thrive After Three has made an interactive Goodnight Gorilla.
Mollie at What Happened in Storytime has a bright, colourful version of Have You Seen My Blue Sock? by Eve Bunting
Storytime Katie brings us a beautiful version of the perfect-for-flannelboard Mouse Paint
Andrea at Librarian vs Storytime has Arnold Lobe’s Mouse Tales ready for her wind storytime next week
Piper Loves the Library tells Pete the Cat with the aid of story stones, a new-to-me, but fabulous storytelling device! (More from Jane below too!)
Up in the Air
Kathryn of Fun with Friends at Storytime adapted Pretty Balloons for a hot air balloons storytime. Pretty sure the glitter balloon was a HUGE hit!
Miss Meg’s Storytime has a set of planets for One Little, Two Little, Three Little Planets to go with her space storytime plan. Her spaceship craft could also be flannelized.
It’s fitting that there are some straight-up rhymes since it’s National Poetry Month.
I Planted a Whistle by Jack Prelutsky at What Bridget is Reading
Delicious Alligator Pie is featured by Anna at Future Librarian Superhero
Lisa at Libraryland shares two Five Senses flannel rhymes from her Music and Movement storytime: “Two Little Eyes to Look Around” and “If a Bird You Want to Hear” which she turned into a game.
Mrs. Andre’s Library must know I’ve got a hedgehog obsession since she brought out Five Little Hedgehogs.
For Arbor Day, Sandy from Storytime Sparks uses Beanie Babies for a fun game of Who is Hiding in the Tree?
Spreading the Flannel Love
Jane from Piper Loves the Library, Kari Ann and Heather are presenting The Flannel Panel at the Connecticut Library Association Conference. Jane’s prepared a great write-up of what they will present as well her gussied-up flannels, all ready for showtime.
And a third contribution from Jane as she preps for the conference (we’re almost as lucky as the attendees!), Popsicle Kid (with spare tongues for the kiddos)!
Flannel Friday Hosts Needed
If you’re interested in hosting Flannel Friday, we’re currently scheduling hosts for June and July. If you’ve never hosted before, or you haven’t hosted yet this year and would like to, email flannelboardfriday [at] gmail.com with some dates that would work for you. All the details about hosting can be found at the Flannel Friday blog Get Involved page.
Remember to check out the Flannel Friday Pinterest Board later this weekend.