Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Flannel Friday Round-Up

It's a wrap!  Check out the great ideas from the week below.

Kate from Felt Board Magic (and one of our Southern Hemisphere participants!) shows off Apple Colour Sorting.  While it would be a great addition to a fall story time, I am totally stealing this one for our felt board that we have out all the time.

Kate also shows off Five Grey Elephants Balancing Step By Step on a Piece of String.  I had never heard this song before, but it is big in Australian play schools.

I show off my easy envelope puppets here at Libraryland and how I use them in story time.  This week's version was Baa Baa Black Sheep.

Jane at Piper Loves the Library gets into the holiday spirit with her post about the Nutcracker program that they held with the Connecticut Concert Ballet.  It is precious and looks like a lot of fun! 

Jen at Adventures in Storytime shares her snowflakes and the songs/rhymes that she uses them with.  Since winter starts in a week, this is a great one to add to your lineup! 

Amy at One Little Librarian shares her Do You Want to Feed the Reindeer? prop.  Not only is she injecting some play into her program, but the food items have letters and numbers on them.

Shawn at Read, Rhyme and Sing has a Christmas version of Little Mouse using jingle bells and sleighs.

Wendy at Flannel Board Fun shares a bunch of variations of Little Mouse using various rhyming words. My wheels are already spinning on this one!

Mary will be hosting next week's round-up at Miss Mary Liberry

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  1. Hi! Thanks for posting the roundup this week. I'm sharing a few variations on Little Mouse:

  2. I also have a variation of Little Mouse. Thanks for hosting!

  3. A favourite counting song from Australia which everyone knows from play school.

  4. Learning Colours in a fun way. A bit late for autumn in the northern hemisphere and a bit early in the southern hemisphere.

  5. I have easy die-cut snowflakes with both a "Ten Little Snowflakes" song and a rhyme that counst up to five, then back down. For fun, I included a link to an amazing snowflake website.

  6. Lisa, thank you for hosting and posting xo. Piper and I hosted the Connecticut Concert Ballet and we just have to share the joy. Must share joy. We are on a peaceful, joyful mission these days.

  7. i have one to share this week:
    thanks for hosting!


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