Welcome to the Thanksgiving edition of the Flannel Friday Round-Up! We have quite the felt feast for you, so without further ado:
As a guest on Trails & Tales, Kathryn shares two delicious PIE flannels with us.
Anne at So Tomorrow shares two with us! She tells a turkey tale while drawing one and shows us some beautiful silly sharks from a new storytime book by Judy Sierra.
Lisa at Libraryland brings us a wonderful audience participation flannel in Turkey Feathers.
Though not a Thanksgiving story, Kelly shares her co-worker Lou's Mrs. McNosh Hangs Up Her Wash which is an amazing felt tour de force!
Miss. Courtney shares with us her Turkey Wore a Red Feather. As you can imagine, he ends us with feathers of many colors!
We have Five Fat Turkeys on a clothesline at Sandy's Storytime Sparks and,
Five more Fat Turkeys are at Sarah's Ram Sam Storytime.
Dorothy at The Wielded Pen
- Children's Corner shares a felt version of the poem "The Turkey Shot Out of the Oven" by Jack Prelutsk.
Sarah at Read It Again shares her Thanksgiving storytime including a flannel board song about a turkey with some pretty amazing feathers!
Amy at Catch the Possibilities shares with us a cute Turkey Number Matching Game. I'm making this one for my girls tomorrow!
Kay at Storytime ABC's shows us just how cute Little Owls can be with her rhyme and game.
Andrea shares the Thanksgiving story with us through a bracelet at rovingfiddlehead kidlit.
Finally, I share my Thanksgiving retelling of a classic in The Very Hungry Pilgrims.
And that's it! Thanks to all for contributing. If you are new to the round-up, learn more about Flannel Friday and join us!