Thanks to everyone who sent in their flannels! Here are this week's lovely submissions:
Lisa at Libraryland starts us off with a sure-fire hit: a "We're Going on a Bear Hunt" flannel. She also includes a link to the template, which is always awesome.
Next, Kathryn at Fun with Friends at Storytime shares a Mushroom Hiding Game inspired by one of her favorite childhood books. She includes wonderfully detailed instructions on how she made her flannel, but honestly she really had me at "sequins" and "glitter glue".
Katie at Storytime Katie shares a fun and clever take on "B-I-N-G-O" with one of my absolute favorite foods: pizza. I love that she put the letters on the pizza slices themselves.
Nikki at heytherelibrary gives us a blast from her not-to-distant past with her very first flannel set, "The Three Billy Goats Gruff". This one's a classic that would work for just about any age.
Library Danielle shares a cute "Little Bird" flannel game that teaches kids about colors. Her post also includes a toddler storytime plan all about the color red as a bonus.
Mel at Mel's Desk takes her great train flannel and puts a new song to it called "This Little Train". She not only includes her template, but also links to other song/rhyme ideas to use with it. This flannel should be a staple in everyone's arsenal for its sheer versatility!
Lastly, Lauren over at The Dilley Dally shares her "B-I-N-G-O" flannel complete with an adorable dog to go with the letters. As part of her storytime, she also gave each child a condensed flannel version of "Dog's Colorful Day" by Emma Dodd to retell the story at home. What a great idea!
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