Welcome to Flannel Friday!
Everybody's welcome to join in! Have one to add?
Edited to add: At this point, if you still have an entry, you'd do better to save it for this coming Friday so more people to see it--Andrea will be hosting. Thanks everyone!
Kendra has a Special Needs friendly version of the book Deep Blue Sea
Mollie gives us a cute little rhyme great for night/sleep/space storytimes, Four Little Stars
Nicole anticipates colder weather (not yet, noooooo!) with Five Little Snowmen
Tracey contributes a totally cute animal clipart version of The Great Big Enormous Turnip
Mel is waaaaay too hard on herself for not coming up with something new, and shares her version of the book Fall is Not Easy
Katie shares cute little pumpkins and a couple of different ways to use them--Five Little Pumpkins
Mary brings us
Anne tries out a new material for flannelboards and shares several stories made with--Milk filters!
Sarah shares a super fun activity--Making Cookies
Alison brings us an idea for the every popular dinosaur theme--Paleontologist Paleontologist What Do You See?
Andrea shares some cute little penguins (bonus template link!) for the story Pippa's Penguins
Library Quine adds her take on the book, Go Away Big Green Monster--a book I'm looking forward to using again this Halloween as it's a favorite of mine.
Our second Emberley book of the day comes from Recipes for Reading, another title I love Bye Bye Big Bad Bullybug
Cate has created some adorable yeti's for a Halloween version of an old standby, Five Creepy Monsters (Jumping on the Bed)
With another cute little rhyme perfect for Halloween, Linda shares her One Little Ghost flannel
One more entry--perfect for fall--from Sarah I Like Apples
I thought I was going to sit this week out and only host, but found one in my files I hadn't shared yet, Five Little Astronauts
Bonus video(!) entry from the Library Lady showing us her version of The Green Grass Grows All Around
Katie doesn't have a flannel to contribute this week, but she gives us a sneak peek at how she stays organized and the supplies she uses to make her flannel boards
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