Ok folks, here it is.. I am hosting the fantabulous Flannel Friday Round-up! There are lots of great ideas for SPRING today. I think we are all ready for some green to pop out of the ground, some sparkly rainbows, and cheeping birdies. Enjoy this amazing page full of talent!
I brought out an oldie, but goodie for today’s round-up, which you can see here.
Miss Alison is using interfacing as well. See what she’s done with piggies.
Leprechauns and shamrocks are the stars at Recipe for Reading. Katie has done up a fun puppet/prop story.
Maureen demonstrates The Quarreling Rainbow and teaches us some sign language, too!
After the rainbows have made up, they can dance! Storytime ABC’s has a not-so-flannel post to go with the Springy theme.
A new flannel board is ready for Library Quine, and I’m sure she will fill it with flannely-goodness!
Spring has sprung and the birds are in their nest! See what Miss Tara has for you!
There’s a great finger puppet tutorial and some sweet little birds at Notes from the Story Room.
If you cut yourself while making finger puppets, Seth can help you out with some band-aids. Can I just say it? YEAH! We have a guy in the house!
There are even more birds at 1234 More Storytimes. Tweet tweet!
You never know what amazingly cute thing is growing in Read, Sarah, Read’s patch of grass!
There are more things hiding in the grass over at My Storytime Life.
Speaking of looking for things, go on a Bear Hunt with Falling Flannelboards. We’re going to catch a big one……
Flannel-board babies! Katie brings us a sweet little rhyme perfect for Baby Storytimes.
There are some nattily dressed bears and a familiar song In the Children’s Room.
Sarah has a whole lot of jumping going on in this Leap Day flannel. You don’t need to wait 4 more years to use it, though!
Miss Mary Liberry has gone buggy with a great idea! This one includes science, guessing, vocabulary, and letter knowledge.
Everyone will be stuck on magnetic walls after they see this great idea by Kendra.
In need of a pirate ship? Never fear, because Andrea has a template and a couple of rhymes for you.
Perhaps your mode of transport is cars. Lisa has a few for you.
Our very own Future Librarian Superhero shares a quick and easy collage technique for making flannelboard figures.
Hungry? Get your lunch at Libraryland!
What Happens in Storytime is inspired today by owls and pigs.
And finally, here are some super-cute, not very scary monsters from Piper Loves the Library!
You made it to the end — now go out there and FLANNELIZE!