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Mommy, Please Carry Me

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I’ve been beefing up my flannel stories for the toddler age. I came across Jane Cabrera’s Mommy, Carry Me Please! and thought it would be a great addition. The story introduces a variety of animals and body parts.

I made a flannel story with BIG Mommy animals, and tiny baby animals:

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Mommy tigerMommy CMP3Mommy CMP4After reading the story and letting children take a turn with a flannel pieces, I passed out scarves and had the children wiggle the scarves over their body parts just like the baby animals. It was a blast!

What stories can you use scarves with?

For more flannel ideas check out Mel’s Desk, the ingenious creator of Flannel Friday!

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This entry was posted on January 24, 2014 by in Flannel Friday, Flannel Stories and tagged , .

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