We have a flannelboard in our Activity Room that our kids just love. Every month I try to change the activity and sign. Since apples are big in Michigan in the fall, this month's flannelboard has apples.
Instead of a rhyme this month, I suggest different activities that parents can do with their kids on the flannelboard. For example, match all of the apples that are the same color. My sign looks like this.
Our goal is to highlight why this activity is important, rather than just being a play toy (although it is that too). By showing parents different early literacy practices, we are hopefully reinforcing the importance of the public library and giving them ideas of activities to try at home.
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