Fun with Friends at Storytime: I'm Going Batty!

I have an adorable little Beanie Baby bat that inspired this theme for my Storytime. Last year when I saw this cute post by Amanda at Trails.

This is a free pattern to make a fun Rudolph Flannel game/rhyme for story time. Hint: when cutting out flannel shapes, use freezer paper to get a clean edge with no pen marks. Trace your design on the back (non-shiny) side of the freezer paper. Then iron the shiny side down onto your felt. Cut out along the lines you traced onto the freezer paper, and peel off when done; perfect every time.

Loons and Quines @ Librarytime: Flannel Friday: Rudolph! Use with color poem. This reindeer is cuter.

Felt Story - Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything

Flannel Friday: The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything

Laura's Library Adventures: Flannel Friday: Hooray for Hat! by Brian Won

(Apparently formatting is not my friend today because my pictures REFUSE to orient properly.

Bark, George flannel board- with a clever idea of hiding all the animals.

Flannel Friday: Bark, George

it would be funnier to make him out of paper mache so you could put on a latex glove just like the vet and pull the animals out of him and it would make the sound of the animal like it reads in the book. bark george by jules feiffer

Libraryland: Flannel Friday-Brown Bat, Brown Bat

This week is Flannel Friday's Halloween Extravaganza and I knew that I wanted to participate.

Flannel Friday: It started with a sneeze | Read It Again!

This week I am going to combine my Flannel Friday post with my usual storytime post as my storytime featured two flannel stories and a song .

Flannel Friday - Five Little Babies

Flannel Friday - Five Little Babies