Flannel Friday Round-Up 11/8/13

There are so many wonderful ideas in today’s roundup! So without further ado, here’s your Flannel Friday! 

itsybitsymom approached Thanksgiving storytime in a wonderful way, by talking about families, and shares a Family Bingo game.

Fun With Friends at Storytime shares some great Thanksgiving rhymes, including one about Pilgrims and a few about turkeys, and a participation song to go with a turkey feathers game (I will be using that, for sure!)

Need a super fun and simple song about Thanksgiving foods? Jen in the Library has a perfect one, We Eat Turkey!

A pumpkin pie that’s ten feet high?!?! Oh, my! Check out Let the Wild Rumpus Start for this magical song and flannel.

Find a pattern to crochet the cutest turkeys imaginable at What is Bridget Reading.

Libraryland features a very interactive paper bag puppet to accompany I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed A Pie. Looking at all this paper food makes me hungry for real food!

I am very thankful for the bilingual rhymes and accompanying activities from ¡Es divertido hablar dos idiomas!, including Five Little Turkeys/Cinco Pavos and a great movement song,  Al Pavo Pavito.

Reading With Red shares Make a Turkey, a fun flannel activity (zebra print feather? Oh yes!) that she also uses as an activity in the Early Literacy Center. 

Complete with conveniently numbered illustration, Notes From the Storyroom shares a Thanksgiving Draw and Tell story, At Grandma’s House.

A turkey windsock? Yay! Find an amazing one at Story Time With the Library Lady, along with a turkey flannel board idea, as well.

Storytiming hops to it with a great rabbit song, There’s a Rabbit, and accompanying activity.

Check out the Flannel Friday blog and the Flannel Friday pinterest for more super ideas! Shawn at Read, Rhyme and Sing is the host for next week’s Flannel Friday.

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  1. Pingback: Flannel Friday – Thanksgiving Edition: We Eat Turkey | Jen in the Library

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