Friday, May 13, 2016

Flannel Friday Round-Up for May 13th

Here is the Round-Up for this week's Flannel Friday! 

This is my first time hosting, and just happens to be my 100th blog post!  We've got several great ideas this week; thanks to everyone who contributed!

First up, Lindsey at Jbrary has two great "Under-the-Sea" themed felt sets to accompany two fun songs, "Slippery Fish" and "Baby Shark" (one of my personal favs).

Kathryn at Fun With Friends At Storytime shares three different versions of her "Fireflies" ("lightning bugs" where I'm from) made with pellon and/or felt, as well as a printable version of the rhyme she composed, and two book suggestions to go with them.

Wendy at Flannel Board Fun has not one, but two different incarnations of her "Five Pigs So Squeaky Clean", along with the song which uses the same tune as "Five Green & Speckled Frogs."

I love Bonnie from The Buckeye Librarian's take on the "Five Little Apples", making felt finger-puppets and changing the worm into a horse. Just goes to show you, if something isn't working for you, just change it!

Kate at Felt Board Magic also has a set of "Five Pigs", with adorable curly chenille tails I might add, with both the "So Squeaky Clean" song AND a "So Muddy" song.

Anna at Future Librarian Superhero has an absolutely adorable set of "Nesting Kitties" inspired by the Kevin Henkes book Waiting.  This is a very versatile set, and she has generously included a template and instructions so you can make your own!

Visit the Flannel Friday Pinterest Board for past Round-Up's and tons of inspiration. For more information about Flannel Friday and how to participate, visit the Flannel Friday site.


  1. Hi Jen, I'm over at Jbrary this week with two Under the Sea felt songs:

  2. Thanks for hosting this week. I've got fireflies!

  3. Hi Jen--thank you for hosting :) I have piggies to share:

  4. Thanks for hosting! This week I did a Five Little Apples finger puppet set:


  6. Hello--Hope I'm not too late! Thanks for hosting!

    Anna at Future Librarian Superhero