Friday, November 25, 2011
Flannel Friday Round-Up, 11/25/11
Here is this week's Flannel Friday Round-Up! I'm impressed by how many of us were able to post even with the Thanksgiving holiday in the U.S. I hope those of you who celebrated yesterday had a wonderful holiday and managed to survive any Black Friday shopping excursions you might have gone on today!
On to the links...
Angela (@annavalley) from valleystorytime has adapted Rebecca and Ed Emberley’s version of The Red Hen for the flannel board.
Anne (@sotomorrow) is already thinking about Winter holidays, as she posts about Gregory Groundhog.
Cate (@storytimingcate) from Storytiming posts a rhyme about five wild coyotes.
Library Quine (@Library_Quine) from Loons & Quines gets in one last Fall flannel board with her version of Five Little Leaves, as well a Little Mouse guessing game.
Linda (@LMeuse) from Notes from the Story Room introduces to "Pebble Patterns" - a Native American game similar to Memory.
Liz (@readmrsd) from Putting Smiles on Faces shares Tom Turkey's Colorful Tail/Tale, a flannel story whose pieces can be made entirely from paper. (Apologies to Liz - your link is working now!)
Melissa (@MelissaZD) from Mel's Desk gives us a wonderful way to create felt people that makes it easier to adapt folktales and picture books for the flannel board.
Moxie (@moxie_mibrarian) from Storytimes with Moxie shares a Thanksgiving themed post featuring Five Little Turkeys and Turkey in the Straw.
Sarah (@sarah_e_hay) from Read It Again presents Five Hungry Ants, a great food-related rhyme.
And finally, I'm Katie (@sharingsoda) from Story Time Secrets, and I'm sharing my flannel board ideas for my upcoming hibernation story time.
As always, the list of past round-ups and future hosts is kept by Anne at So Tomorrow. Don't miss next week's Flannel Friday Holiday Extravaganza, which will be hosted by Library Quine at Loons and Quines. Also visit Flannel Friday on Facebook and Pinterest.
Have a great weekend, everyone!