Flannel Friday Roundup for July 6, 2012

5 Jul

Happy Friday and Happy flanneling, folks!

Let’s get this party started, shall we?:

Sarah of Read Rabbit Read gives us that perennial classic (and always good time) Five in the Bed.

Sarah (a different Sarah) of Read It Again! brings us a cool storytime prop with Rocket Away!

Angela of Spectacular Story Time helps you get ready for next year’s 4th of July program (or this year’s New Year’s celebration?) with Fabulous Fireworks!

Katie from Storytime Katie has a super-cute version of the “Campfire Pokey” just in time for your camping-themed storytime!

Lisa out there in Libraryland has a cool take on a familiar tune: I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Paint Brush.

At Storytime Sparks we’ve got not one, but TWO sunflower rhymes:

Lucy at In the Children’s Room got a new flannelboard (lucky!) and shows us what she’s going to do with it! As she says, the possibilities are endless!

Bridget at What’s Bridget Reading? has a simple, yet lovely (check out the bling!) felt version of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star.

Amy at  Catching the Possibilities brings us a totally groovy version of Aiken Drum, complete with full outfit – including macaroni hat and dino nugget pants. Plus, she tells us how she worked her magic to make the food clothes – and you can do it too!

K at Storytime ABCs shows us how she turned a few inexpensive owl hats (VERY inexpensive – a quarter each!) into MANY owl hats – and shares a fun rhyme to go with them!

Piper and Jane at Piper Loves the Library bring us some insanely cute dinosaurs to match and to use with the song “We Are the Dinosaurs!”

Linda of Notes from the Storyroom has tangram storytelling – which is something I’d never heard of and now want to try!

And I’m finally getting back into the flannel friday swing of things with my penguins and polar bears globe.

Enjoy, friends! And check our pinterest page for all past flannels, or visit our website for more information on flannel friday!

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