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Five Little Airplanes, Counting (Toddler song by Patty Shukla) Used this today with 5 felt airplanes on a flannel board, and it worked like a charm. My toddler boys were standing with a stunned look on their faces as I sang this song and moved the airplanes. It was very successful

Going for a Ride in my Train - Using this with my train whistle at transportation storytime!

Red bus, red bus, what do you see? {Variation of Brown Bear, Brown Bear for things that go or transportation}

cars poem

transportation sort. I love the car assembly line. A lot of teacher work but it looks like fun

Five Pretty Flowers

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All the Little Bunnies

Jbrary: Little Bear, Little Bear, Are You Hiding Under There?

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Game, "Little Chick, Little Chick Are You Behind the Egg?" (color review flannel board game)

Pete the cat

Forget the donkey! This Spring we're pinning the tail on the bunny with this adorable fine motor color matching game for preschoolers!

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Flannel Board Activities for Book, Lunch by Denise Fleming (from Thrive After Three)

Herman the Worm I was sittin’ on my front porch chewin’ my bubble gum (smack, smack, smack-make noises with mouth) Playing with my Yo-Yo (up down, up down-do motions with hand) When along came Herman the worm and he was this big! (measure with hands) And I said, “Herman what happened?” He said “I ate an ant!” Continue on with each animal : chicken, cow, and elephant (Herman gets bigger and bigger)

fruit songs printables

Library Village: Toddler Story Time - I See Shapes! "Where is triangle, where is triangle? Here I am! Here I am!...."

Circle Time Activity! Cut fish shapes out of different colors of felt, I used all the colors of the rainbow plus pink, black, gray, brown and white . Place on a flannel board or on the carpet. Recite this rhyme: There are so many fish in the deep blue sea...what color fish does (insert childs name here) see? My kids played this over and over.

Construction Bear Felt Board Story

Madigan Reads: Baby Faces Feltboard

In the Children's Room: Flannel Friday: I Am Cold!

Grandma's Scarves and Grandpa's Ties