Welcome to our very first, and definitely not our last, Flannel Friday Roundup! Whoot! Let's get right to the stars of the show:
First up, Jenna from Stories With Ms. Jenna has the cutest Three Little Pigs! And what a sweet and not-too-scary wolf! Love them!
Next, Lisa at Thrive After Three shows us a great way to use the book Under My Hood I Have a Hat. The purple sparklie underwear makes us smile! Think we need to go check out this book now. A sweet book and sweet felts!
Anne over at ItsyBitsyMom gives us a flannel board based on Lucille Collandro's I Know a Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow. We are big Old Lady fans, so we have big smiles for this one!
Christine over at Felt Board Ideas offers this 'short but sweet' post about 5 little snowflakes. GASP! They are so cute!!
Well, Bridget over at What is Bridget Reading? caught our eyes with this flannel board for The Three Little Fishies and the Big, Bad Shark! Miss Sue uses this book every year! We see a set like this in the Library Village's future.
Linda over at Notes from the Story Room offers up this Memory Activity for use with the book The Napping House. We just love it when we can extend books in story time. Bet it will be a hit with her kids!
Jane and Piper from Piper Loves the Library are celebrating their love of Denise Fleming and cold, snowy days by reading The First Day of Winter, and with these beautiful wintry felts! Don't these make you want to bundle up and go sledding?
Miss Kristie here at Let the Wild Rumpus Start couldn't wait to show everyone more about her "What Does The Fox Say?" story time and flannel board. It was our 50th post too! How exciting! These felts are adorable and we can see them being used in many ways.
Finally, we are so excited that our colleague at Let the Wild Rumpus Start has allowed us to create a guest blog in her honor. Miss Kristen writes about Miss Carol's holiday song with props! This is a great way to get school children involved with the book Must Be Santa. We have seen Miss Carol do this song with several 1st grade classes and the kids always have such a great time!
Thanks again to everyone who participated, and everyone who keeps Flannel Friday exciting and fun every week! If you want more information on how YOU can get involved with Flannel Friday, visit their website! Don't forget to check us out on Pinterest, Facebook, and Twitter (#FlannelFriday)! Have a very Happy New Year!!!