Welcome to this week’s Flannel Friday Round-up! I’m so excited to be hosting for the FIRST TIME EVER. Woohoo!
Jane has some seriously groovy story stones Pete the Cat would dig for sure. It’s all good!
Tara has hatched some adorable chicks with her edition of 5 Eggs and 5 Eggs.
Nicole put a bird on it, 5 Little Birds to be exact!
Kathryn has a lucky version of Little Mouse with glitter and sequins and everything!
Lisa has crunchy, munchy dino bites to share this week, perfect for summer reading.
Look for Maisy Mouse hidden behind really adorable houses from Katie. This is serious flannel skill, folks.
Linda tells The Fisherman and his Wife with stick puppets, one of five ways to tell it (I, for one, am looking forward to the next three ways).
Rachée is participating in Flannel Friday for the first time (welcome!!) with a super cool, new to me use for felt and perfect for Poetry Month.
Monica’s fingers are topped with the cutest little bunnies around. I’ve decided all of us should have a set of these. SO ADORABLE.
Lucy did an awesome flannel version of And the Green Grass Grows All Around where she becomes one with the flannel board.
Bridget created a beautiful set to accompany the rhyme Baa Baa Black Sheep. I love the idea of using different colored sheep!
Wahoo! Miss Katie shared her very amusing original story Quiet! Quiet! said the Queen!
Awesome round up today! Thanks for letting me be your host-it was fun!
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