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.