Flannelboard: “Feelings”

Hooray! It’s Flannel Friday!

Today, I bring you a flannelized version of “Feelings” by Kristen Balouch.

I used this in my emotions storytime two weeks ago. It’s a very sweet board book that has the animals feeling different things before finally attending a party together. I really wanted to use the story since it was so approachable for younger kids (my 1s and 2s). After storytime and craft was over, several of my kids met back up at the feltboard and retold the stories for their parents. It was super cute.

Liz is hosting the round-up (for the first time!) this week.

Melissa started this. Anne also has the archive.

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.

5 comments on “Flannelboard: “Feelings”

  1. Recipe for Reading (Katie)
    December 9, 2011 at 4:12 pm #

    Love it, Katie! I have been looking for a flannel board to use for my “feelings” theme. This looks like a winner, glad to see your post, I have missed your posts the past couple of weeks, hope all is well!

    • Katie
      December 10, 2011 at 1:33 am #

      Glad to have helped! And everything’s awesome — just had my annual storytime break in November, so I’m geared up and ready for the winter sessions!

  2. molliekay
    December 9, 2011 at 5:13 pm #

    Those are extremely adorable. I have never seen such a cute felt board.

    • Katie
      December 10, 2011 at 1:33 am #

      Aw, thank you!

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