What a great start to Flannel Friday's fifth year! Here are some fun, inspiring, and adorable flannels for your enjoyment.
Kathryn from Fun with Friends at Storytime has a chicken and egg storytime that's perfect for Easter - or any time you want to talk about hatching!
Miss Sue at Library Village has a whole round-up of her own: all spring and Easter flannels to inspire you.
Brenda at Story Tree has a quick and fabulous game to play with shapes and dogs or bunnies for a Lost and Found theme. Need a flannel in a hurry? This one's a sure-fire hit.
Thrive After Three has an amazing felt table with a road, cars, and some amazing community buildings (car wash and gas station for the win!!). It's really making me wish I had a felt table, too.
Kim from Destination Stoytime has a hot air balloon game that's just itching to be played.
How fast can you flannel? Well, double that speed because Roving Fiddlehead Kidlit has a Saint Patrick's Day flannel that you will definitely want to use this year. Rainbow stew? Leprechauns? Yes, please!
Katie at Story Time Secrets flannelized a book about a bouncing bunny and his adventures. Fun for both the bouncing and the animal noises.
We should all be so lucky as to have Katie's talent! Over at Storytime Katie you can see her amazing ballerinas complete with tutus and toe shoes with ribbon.
Heather from Books and Giggles has the cutest weather doll - complete with template and tutorial! - for helping her kids decide what to wear in the morning. Let's hear it for autonomy without power struggles! I'm definitely making one of these for my son.
Sandy at Storytime Sparks has beautiful felt flowers and rhymes to go with them. Come on and get here, Spring! I want to use these rhymes!
Thanks to everyone for your wonderful work.
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