Saturday, November 14, 2015

Flannel Friday Roundup - 11.14.15

Happy Saturday, everyone!

It's a very cool (at least in my opinion) Flannel Friday today, as all of the submissions are from those whose names begin with "K"!

First up, Kathryn riffs on the perennial classic, The Itsy Bitsy Spider (or Eensy Weensy, depending on your preference) and created a cute Rainbow Spiderweb flannel/rhyme. I also love that she includes an extension activity for at home!

Then, Kate is already in the holiday spirit with elves and gingerbread men! She also includes several different rhymes to use with these two absolutely darling flannels.

Lastly, I (Kim) come in with my Dog's Colorful Day flannel.

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Happy flanneling!

Flannel Friday: Dog's Colorful Day

I love the book, Dog's Colorful Day by Emma Dodd. It's got everything: colors, counting, and a cute dog named Spot who gets very messy throughout his busy day. It's the perfect story to do as a flannel!

I found the template from Making Learning Fun. I used that as a pattern to cut my felt pieces. If you're on a tight schedule, you could also just cut out the pieces, laminate them, and attach velcro to the back of the pieces.

This is a fairly easy flannel story to make, and I've gotten a lot of use out of it.

I am actually the host this week, so you can find the complete roundup right here on my blog!

Thursday, November 12, 2015

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Fall is officially in full swing! Pusheen aptly describes why I love this season so much:

From: Pusheen

Please comment below with a link to your flannels and your name by Friday at 10:00 p.m. and I'll post the roundup on Saturday.

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Happy flanneling!