Flannel Friday: The Lorax Dice Game

Quite a few weeks ago (nearly a month!), I did a Kids’ Art for Dr. Seuss’s birthday. (Kids’ Art is my cleverly disguised storytime with a large art project for ages 3-7.) While we wait for the paint to dry, I read a couple of books, occasionally sing songs/do rhymes, and play games. This month, our game was this amazing flannelboard game:

I originally got this idea from Smashed Peas and Carrots, via Pinterest. We rolled a giant inflatable dice to build our Lorax and this was the runaway hit of the program. Afterwards, I had moms asking me for the pattern to make at home!

Cate is hosting this week’s Flannel Friday — you can find the round-up at her blog! Melissa is the founder of Flannel Friday! Anne has the archive and schedule of who is hosting Flannel Friday.

And you can also follow the Flannel Friday Pinterest account. And Flannel Friday has its own Facebook page! If you participate in Flannel Friday, Melissa has a button if you want to link up to us here.

2 Comments on “Flannel Friday: The Lorax Dice Game”

  1. K
    March 24, 2012 at 6:25 am #

    LOVE it! I saw this on Pinterest, too. I want to make it for next year for out Dr Seuss Family Game Night. I’ll bet your kids has a blast playing with your awesome Lorax!

    Btw, I like your idea of a “cleverly disguised storytime”. We have an art class for 3rd through 6th graders but the librarians offering it do not connect the art to books in any way. I wish they would do like you! Very smart and clever idea!

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