First up is first-timer Wendy! She has made a blog, Flannel Board Fun, just so she could participate in Flannel Friday. Her Five Little Snowmen Fat is just one of the crazy cute flannels on her blog. Welcome to the club, Wendy!
Get into the Christmas spirit with April at Storytime Ukelele. She has her felt version of It Must Be Santa paired with the chords and lyrics to the song. Ho, ho, ho!
These Five Little Snowmen are in desperate need of something cold! Hop on over to Kate's blog, Felt Board Magic, to see what their fate is (spoiler alert: SNOW!)
Kate has also decorated a Christmas tree for us! The Lights on the Tree are beautiful indeed!
In an Inspired by Flannel Friday post, Jen has made Five Little Snowmen and even included a template for us (that she made herself!) on her blog, Adventures in Storytime.
Kathryn from Fun with Friends at Storytime has turned her Christmas tree into an interactive play board for her children's section. What a fun way to keep kids busy when there are no storytimes!
Miss Mary Liberry has made a triumphant comeback with Froggy Gets Dressed. Side note: she made us guess what it was and I got it correct. Not bragging or anything...
In other comeback news, I have my first flannel in a long time, too. It's The Gingerbread Man told with an easy-to-remember rhyme.
If you're feeling too chilly, warm up with Amy's Itsy Bitsy Monkey on her blog One Little Librarian. It is adorable and I can't wait to use it for Chinese New Year in 2016.
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Hi--I'm a preschool teacher, and I created a blog so I could participate in Flannel Friday. This is my first time joining in. I made some snowmen recently--they're kind of cute :) Here's my link http://flannelboardfun.blogspot.com/2015/12/flannel-friday-snowmen.html The blog is dedicated only to flannels, and I have about ten more sets up if anyone is interested. I'm so excited to join in, and have been so inspired by everyone on Flannel Friday. Love it!ReplyDelete
Awesome! Thanks for joining in, Wendy!Delete
Here's my version of "Must Be Santa." It's been covered by FF before, but most of the pics I've seen haven't showed every little component piece: https://storytimeukulele.wordpress.com/2015/12/03/must-be-santa/ReplyDelete
Got your post! Thanks!Delete
My version of Five Little SnowmenReplyDelete
Got it! Thanks!Delete
A felt board set for Christmas https://feltboardmagic.wordpress.com/2015/12/04/the-lights-on-the-tree/ReplyDelete
Got it! Thanks!Delete
Apparently great minds think alike, as alas, I have yet another "Five Little Snowmen" to share. http://jensadventuresinstorytime.blogspot.com/2015/12/flannel-friday-five-little-snowmen.htmlReplyDelete
It's one of my favorites, so the more the merrier!Delete
not holiday related but I have a post this week!ReplyDelete
Perfect! Thank you!Delete
Here's mine! https://missmaryliberry.wordpress.com/2015/12/04/flannel-friday-froggy-gets-dressed/ReplyDelete
Go Mary Go!Delete
Hope it's not too late, here's my post this week. http://kdr4xmom.blogspot.com/2015/12/o-christmas-tree.htmlReplyDelete