Friday, June 24, 2011

#FlannelFriday Roundup for June 24, 2011


I'm thrilled to be hosting another Flannel Friday roundup. If you'd like to take a turn, check the schedule and see what dates are available, and then email me or send me a message on Twitter (I'm @sotomorrow). I recommend jumping in on Flannel Friday at least a few times before hosting one, so you are comfortable with blogging and Flannel Friday conventions (basic stuff like linking to other pages and leaving comments).

This was another great week for flannelboards. I have just been astounded by the creativity of my fellow youth librarians from across the country. I know for me, as the only children's librarian around these parts, it has been so wonderful to find you all and discuss storytelling and early literacy. Thank you all for being so willing to share your hard work so we can all learn and create together. And, of course, a big shout-out to Mel for the idea to do this in the first place.

On to why you really came here today, our roundup!

"1 Little, 2 Little, 3 Little Cookies" at 1234 More Storytimes

"Balloons for a Party" at Miss Mary Liberry 

"Five Little Monkeys Swingin' in the Tree" at Future Librarian Superhero

Fun Books Storytime at Read Rabbit Read

"The Hair-Raising Adventures of Miss Sara Susan" right here at So Tomorrow

"Kids of the World"  at Storytime Secrets

Multipurpose Tree at Roving Fiddlehead

"Picking Up the Fruit" at Miss Mollie's Storytime Fun

"Rain on the Green Grass" at Mel's Desk. Also over at Mel's desk is a bonus story box from non-blogger Julie. 


"Ugly Fish" at Rain Makes Applesauce

What a great week! Thanks everyone for participating. Hopefully I caught everyone's post, but leave a comment if I missed yours and I will add it in. Previous roundups are archived here.

3 comments:

Hi Anne! Sarah at Read Rabbit Read isn't on Twitter, but she's got a Flannel Friday up today: http://sarah-readrabbitread.blogspot.com/2011/06/flannel-friday-fun-books-storytime.html Thanks!

Also, thanks! I may have come up with the idea, but you were the one to jump in and promote the heck out of Flannel Friday to Twitter. It wouldn't be what it is now without you and @daisycakes! :)

Good catch. I edited the post to add Sarah's entry. I also subscribed in Google Reader.