Kathryn of Fun with Friends at Storytime is hitting the trails with her Cowboy themed storytime.
Ms Shaia from Thrive after Three bring us her version of Pete the Cat and his four groovy buttons (always a favorite)!
Christine at Felt Board Ideas shares several felt boards that can be used with a Transportation theme. You can never have too many ideas for this theme, it is always a popular one.
Miss Kristen from Let the Wild Rumpus Start brings us a Sock matching game with some very adorable socks as well as a flannel for the book Ducks don't wear socks.
Sharon of Rain Makes Applesauce has some beautifully made Birds sitting on a line.
Analisa of The Preschool Procrastinator (love the name of her blog!) has a great poem and flannel board that she made to go along with the book The Kissing Hand.
SLCbookboy has Magic Sneezes for us this week. I was thinking that magic sneezes sounded fun, but after reading this cute story I may re-think that. However, sneezing in story time (for the story, not from germs) is always fun.
Miss Tara from Storytime with Miss Tara and Friends gives us an extremely cute, seasonally appropriate story with Ouch!. Check out some of Miss Tara's other recent posts if you are looking for more ideas for apple themes (as many of us are this time of the year).
Bridget from What is Bridget Reading? shares with us a lovely Fall flannel set that she made inspired by Mel's Desk.
Andrea at Roving Fiddlehead Kidlit takes us on Safari with her African animals. In addition to her lovely flannel animals she shares a LOT of rhymes to use with them.
Melissa of Mel's Desk shares with us both a Picnic flannel board and an idea for staff story time training.
Anna from Future Librarian Superhero has Apple Bingo! (The song - not the game.) I love how she uses some 'eaten' apples.
Shawn at Read, Rhyme, and Sing has a flannel version of Who stole the cookies from the cookie jar! I love cookies - it was probably me who stole them!
The Library Lady from Story Time with the Library Lady sings a fun song called Everybody know that I love my toes for us with her ukelele this week. Very cute song that would work with a variety of ages, the kind every storytimer needs several of 'just in case.'
Jane of Piper Loves the Library shares a very detailed tutorial for how to make some adorably stylish Sheep.
And there you have this week's Flannel Round-up. Check Pinterest for a wonderfully organized collection of ALL Flannel Friday posts. Visit the Blog for more information about how you can get involved by hosting, contributing, or pinning.
Speaking of getting involved, we are currently looking for round-up hosts for the end of this 2013 and early 2014. Go here for more information. Hosting is really easy, basically all you need is a few posts and then do some cutting and pasting to move the links from blog comments. Some have even used linky tools that cut out the cutting and pasting.
Next week's host is Angela at ValleyStorytime so be sure check in with Angela next week for another installment of Flannel Board fun!