Friday, September 13, 2013
Flannel Friday Round Up for September 13, 2013
We had a lot of great contributions this week with special emphasis on book adaptations and fall themed sets.
Christine of Felt Board Ideas has turned The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister into a felt set complete with removable scales.
Andrea of Librarian Vs. Storytime brings us another book adaptation. This time it's Harold and the Purple Crayon in the form of a tube story.
Kathryn from Fun with Friends at Storytime brings us not one but two posts this week on monsters. The first she calls Monster Mash. The sequel she calls More Monster Mash. Kathryn shares a plethora of fantastic ideas to add to your monster themed storytime.
Lisa of Libraryland shares a teddy bear puppet and rhyme this week. Bears are one of my favorite storytime themes but especially for fall.
SLC Book Boy shares a prop story adaptation for Flora's Flower by Lisa Bruce.
Lisa of Thrive After Three has made a felt set based on The Busy Little Squirrel by Nancy Tafuri.
Miss Sue of Let the Wild Rumpus Start brings us Apples, Apples, and More Apples just in time for fall.
Miss Tara of Storytime with Miss Tara and Friends shares Five Brave Firefighters.
Jenna of Storytime with Miss Jenna brings us a felt set for the Russian folktale The Enormous Turnip. I could have used this set this past summer!
Shawn of Read, Rhyme, Sing shares The Lonely Bus Driver. This would be a great set to pair with Gus, the Dinosaur Bus and Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus.
This week, I'm sharing a couple of different felt sets I used in my Pete the Cat themed storytimes.
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