Fall Flannelboards

As promised…though I waited until the very last day of Fall to do it…some pictures of the flannelboards that I made for storytime, but didn’t make a giant post on!


“Big, Bigger, Biggest” — Templates from Google Image Search

Big, Bigger, Biggest
A little ball, a bigger ball, and a great big ball I see
Now help me count them, one, two, three!
Credit: Debmonn PB Wiki

I used this with my opposites storytime, back in October.



“Dog’s Colorful Day” — Template from Making Learning Fun

I do this flannel with the book “Dog’s Colorful Day” by Emma Dodd. I actually haven’t used this flannel yet, but I found it and it was too cute (and too simple to make) to pass up.



“Big Green Monster” — Templates from Kizclub.com

This flannel is used to tell “Go Away, Big Green Monster” by Ed Emberley. I used this in my monsters storytime.



“The Penguin Went Over the Iceberg” — Templates from Google Image Search

I used this flannel just this past week, in penguin storytime. I haven’t gotten my post up, but I used the flannel with a song:

Penguin Went Over the Iceberg
The penguin went over the iceberg,
The penguin went over the iceberg,
The penguin went over the iceberg,
To see what he could see,
To see what he could see,
The penguin went over the iceberg,
The penguin went over the iceberg,
The penguin went over the iceberg,
To see what he could see.
The other side of the iceberg,
The other side of the iceberg,
The other side of the iceberg,
Was all that he could see,
Was all that he could see,
The other side of the iceberg,
The other side of the iceberg,
The other side of the iceberg,
Was all that he could see!
Credit: The Best Kids Book Site



Shapes — Templates from KidsSoup

I used this flannel with my shapes storytime to not only help the kids identify what shape I was talking about while singing; but I also used them as a flannel game, hiding the dog from “Dear Zoo” underneath each shape.


And that sums up the new flannels at my library. I’ll be updating the “Flannelboards” section on the blog just as soon as I get a chance.

17 Comments on “Fall Flannelboards”

  1. Abby
    January 26, 2011 at 3:36 pm #

    Holy cats that’s a cute penguin!!!! *steals*!

  2. Nargess F.
    January 7, 2013 at 11:46 pm #

    I just have to say how much I LOVE your site. You have a lot of great ideas, and they are very much appreciate. If it’s ok to plug myself, I have a business (you can find it on FaceBook by going to Felt Creative). I make felt stories for the children’s librarians in Vancouver, B.C.
    Keep up the great work.

  3. Gina
    August 20, 2013 at 4:57 pm #

    These flannelboards are fantastic!

    • Katie
      September 30, 2013 at 3:43 pm #

      Thank you!

Trackbacks/Pingbacks

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    [...] I used: Kizclub.com’s Big Green Monster Template. I will be honest, I found it because of Storytime Katie’s blog. Credit where it’s due, folks! Anyway, this flannel board is super popular with the kids and [...]

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    […] Continuing on, I did our flannelboard: “Go Away Big Green Monster.” […]

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    […] Flannelboard: “Big, Bigger, Biggest” A little ball, a bigger ball, and a great big ball I see Now help me count them, one, two, three! Credit: Debmonn PB Wiki […]

  4. Shapes! | storytime katie - January 2, 2014

    […] away. But instead, I asked if he wanted to play a game…which, of course, he did! So I did our flannelboard, a play on “Little Mouse, Little Mouse, What House Are You In?” except with a little […]

  5. Penguins! | storytime katie - January 2, 2014

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