Flannel Friday Roundup

Welcome to the Winter Extravaganza

Does your winter season see more rain than snow? Jbrary has you covered with two rainy ideas. 

Kathryn offers up a set of Kwanzaa candles. Visit her post on Christmas candles for the rhyme she adapted for the Kwanzaa set.

Not quite done with candles, yet! Jessica shares some birthday candles and ideas for rhymes about sweet treats, which is a fun theme to use around the holidays.

Do you want to build a snowman? Wendy will show you how to create a versatile set that's great for stealth programming or toddler groups on her blog. 

If you are looking for a flannel to use in a religious context, Carissa has a great tutorial on her blog for creating an interactive quiet book page based on Isaiah 9 from the Bible.

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  1. Thanks for hosting this week. I have a holiday/dinosaur post https://kdr4xmom.blogspot.com/2017/11/holidays-with-dinos.html

  2. Hi Amy, thank you for hosting this week! I've shared my winter felt pieces on Jbrary: https://jbrary.com/flannel-friday-come-under-my-umbrella-and-rain-is-falling-down/

  3. I made the missing pieces from the template for A Felt Nativity Story by Stay at Home Educator - I used her pattern to make a quiet book page, but thought I would go ahead and make the missing pieces people have been asking for to make it a bit easier for them. It is available here:
    And Stay at Home Educator's original A Felt Nativity Story is found here:

  4. Hi Amy,

    I've got some baking themed flannels to share this week! Here they are:

    Thank you for hosting!


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