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Happy summer to everyone. We are at the half way point at my libraries and having a great summer. Our summer reading club is going strong and I am looking forward to fall, believe it or not.
I bet you all can believe it!
I hope you all enjoy my first FF Roundup :-)
Library Quine at loonsandquines.blogspot.com shares adorably juice Five Ripe Strawberries flannel.
I am honored to share Kathryn at kdr4xmom.blogspot.com and her Hedgehog Fun. She said she was inspired by my Hedgehog Flannel I submitted a little while ago. Well I say great job to these adorable little creatures!!!
Sarah shares a A Rainbow Horde of Dinosaurs at misssarahsstorytime.blogspot.com. Of course we all know that green dinosaurs only eat green foods! That's why they are so green, right?
Mrs. Lisa at lisaslibraryland.blogspot.com gives us sharks, and dinos, and shapes, and trucks....oh my!!! Her posts are inspired by fellow Flannelers. Miss Lisa shares some awesome ideas.
Thriveafterthree.com can't resist Pete the Cat and neither can we!!! Do we cry? Goodness no!! We keep on singing our song.
Bumpin' up and Down on My Little Red Wagon might be my most favorite story time song. Katie from storytimesecrets.blogspot.com combines numbers, colors, and this tune to create a portable activity. "Sailing out to sea on my number one sailboat" Very catchy tune!!!
Bridget at whatisbridgetreading.blogspot.com shares 5 Colorful Dinosaurs. You can never go wrong with adorable dinosaurs.
Megan from missmegsstorytime.com makes us walk the plank with her ARR! Pirate flannel.
Piperlovesthelibrary.blogspot.com shares Oh! David! No, David. This creative flannel gives the famous David from David Shannon's books emotions. Yes, movable eyebrows, and mouth. The drama, the trauma!!!
I am Miss Angie from mrsandreslibrary.blogspot.com. I am sharing a flannel inspired by loonsandquines.blogspot.com. Like Miss Meg I did Pirates this week. We had so much fun singing the "Pirate wore a *insert color* patch" song. They especially loved when the pirate wore a pink patch. I did not hand out patches this time, too many little ones; I hung them myself.
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