What happened to summer? It just seems like yesterday when it was Memorial Day and we were starting Summer Reading Program...and here we are the week before Labor day! Library Village is back to blogging after a hiatus though and we couldn't be more excited about hosting this week's Flannel Friday ROUNDUP!!!
Let's get this party started!
First up is Kathryn from Fun With Friends at Story Time. Kathryn is usually my first Flannel Friday Roundup post but she never disappoints. Take a look at this darling camping set! I always wanted to do a camping story time - and this set set is wonderful! She takes her inspiration from Welcome to Storytime. Check it out!
Laura from Literacious did exactly what all good children's librarians do - follow the best blogs, find the perfect 'something' to use in story time, felt something to go with it, and share for everyone else. She found a great acorn song on Jbrary (and who doesn't love Jbrary???) and made an acorn to go with the song. Hey guess what? It's almost the perfect time for fall story times! Check it out!
Lauren at the Dilly Dally starts her post with "This is going to be a boring blogpost" but it is SO NOT! Making your own flannel boards is sometimes a necessary thing for lots of reasons - budget, portability (outreach), or in this case, so every story timer can have their own board! I am sure the moms in her story time love this idea as much as I do!
Awnali from The Librarian is on the Loose shows us that necessity is the mother of invention, since she needed a felt to go with her upcoming Library Story Time. She took her inspiration from Storytime Katie. Looks like her fun books will be spreading that 'Library Cheer' soon!
Finally Shawn from Read, Rhyme, and Sing brings us inspiration from Mel's Desk. It is a fun, versatile game that can be adapted for many different themes and age groups. Check out This is/This isn't!
I love that children's librarians are taking inspiration from each other and making something new - and especially sharing their inspiration with others. It's such a great thing to see and to be part of it. If you would like more information on Flannel Friday, make sure to visit the website http://flannelfridaystorytime.blogspot.com/ . You can also find them on Pinterest, and Facebook and by following #flannelstorytime on Twitter!
Thanks for stopping by!