Flannel Friday: Five Little Monkeys!

I made this Flannel Friday using a template from Homemade by Jill, which I found on the ever popular Pinterest.

Here’s your rhyme:

Five little monkeys swinging in the tree
Teasing Mr. Crocodile, “You can’t catch me, No you can’t catch me”
Along comes Mr. Crocodile, as quiet as can be
And SNAPPED that monkey out of the tree!
Repeat with:
Four little monkeys…
Three little monkeys…
Two little monkeys…
One little monkey…

And the best thing is that these are finger puppets as well as felt pieces. Super fun!

Tracey at 1234 More Storytimes has the round-up. Melissa started this. Anne has the archive. And we have our beloved Pinterest account.

12 comments on “Flannel Friday: Five Little Monkeys!

  1. Kendra
    September 16, 2011 at 2:39 pm #

    Those are so cute! I want to reach through the screen and touch them.

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