Friday, June 27, 2014

Flannel Friday Roundup

Happy Friday everyone! I'm pretty new to blogging so if this is your first time at Lovin' the Library, welcome!
We have some wonderful submissions this week to help make storytime planning easier during summer reading craziness.
As we all know, bodily functions make storytime that much more fun, so Anne at So Tomorrow has revamped a rhyming puppet story about burping fish.
If you're looking to round out your folktale repertoire, Amy at The Show Me Librarian is sharing an oral retelling of Toads and Diamonds that uses flannel board enhancements.
For anyone thinking ahead and planning a back to school themed storytime for your rising kindergartners or for a family storytime, Bridget has her own take on a previous Flannel Friday post. Check out her version of The Lonely Bus Driver.
Miss Sue of Library Village has solved the age-old problem of books being perfect for storytime, except for being too small to share with a group. Her version of Rock-a-Bye Animals is really adorable.

Kathryn is sharing a fun, interactive rhyme to go along with her hot air balloon post from last year over at Fun with Friends at Storytime.
If you're in the Midwest right now, Miss Tara's post including a cute puppet version of The Big Storm is very timely. 
My own post is a version of One Dog Canoe that I'm excited to use in my camping storytime next week.
Thanks for stopping by this week's roundup! If you want to learn more about Flannel Friday, just follow the links!
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