Friday, August 5, 2011

Flannel Friday Round Up

Hello duckies! I'm excited to host all of this week's lovely storytime creations. This is later than I planned, but I spent the afternoon with my favorite six year old (who was so excited to see me that she cried), so I'm sure you understand.

If by some chance you're reading this and don't know what Flannel Friday is, Anne has a full explanation/summary of what it is and a list of all the past round-ups on her blog, So Tomorrow.

I'm extra excited about the newest facet of Flannel Friday--Pinterest! Pinterest is a visual social bookmarking site--think bulletin boards where you 'pin' pictures that inspire you from the web.  With Pinterest, you can browse past Flannel Friday creations without sorting through a bunch of links.  Check it out here.

And, without further ado, may I present this week's contributions.

Edited to Add: Looks like we missed Sarah at Read Rabbit Read twice in a row! Here's her adorable Make a Snowman 1, 2, 3 and last week's Five Shiny Stars

Anne of So Tomorrow starts us off with a clever way to tell an old story, Round and Round with the Three Little Pigs My mind is already racing to come up with more ways to use this idea!

Next Mollie Kay of What Happens in Storytime shares Five Little Doggies. Cute little clip-art pups with a song she made up herself. Yay! You can only sing so many versions of Frere Jacques, right?

The ever-inspiring Melissa at Mel's Desk expanded on a previous post about color and counting sets with a set of Color and Counting Fish. AND she included the file so all you have to do is print and cut.

Nicole at Narrating Tales of Preschool Storytime shared her version of one of my favorite stories--with a twist--The Pancake Man. I love that sassy pastry.

Katie at Storytime Secrets shares the song and files she used for We're Going to the Beach, a great rhythmic song that builds vocab and is endlessly adaptable.

Sharon at Rain Makes Applesauce made some awfully cute penguins to go with an online story she found, Pippa's Penguins.  I'm going to have to poke around that story site some more when I have time.

Mary at Miss Mary Liberry has a slew of boards that she's made inspired by past Flannel Friday posts--makes me feel like a bit of a slacker seeing how many she's done!

Over at 1234 More Storytimes Tracey has a delightfully silly matching activity involving Animal Noses.

And finally, I have my first 'Inspired by Flannel Friday' post, Make a Pig.

Did I miss anyone? Any latecomers?  I'll be happy to continue adding to this post--just comment below and tell me where to find your post.  

Thanks for looking, it's such a pleasure to be part of Flannel Friday.


  1. I didn't get on the round up this week, or last. Check out my latest flannel boards on Read Rabbit Read

  2. Hi Sarah, got that fixed. Are you on Twitter?


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