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Five Little Legos

I’ve had a pack of t-shirt transfers kicking around my office for about a year. I decided to use them for a special Lego flannel song I created (along with the double decker couch!):



Five little Legos jumping on the couch

One fell down and he said, “Ouch!”

When I called Lord Business he announced,

“No more Legos jumping on the couch!”


Here is a file (Five Legos) you can print out on the transfer paper. I used white felt and it looks amazing! I’m just trying to get the kids to sing anything besides, “Everything is awesome!” Cross your fingers for me.

For more storytime ideas, check out Katie’s Story Time Secrets. She’s hosting the weekly blog hop, Flannel Friday, this week. For more information check out the website, Pinterest page, and Facebook Group.

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This entry was posted on July 9, 2014 by in Every Hero Has a Story, Flannel Friday, Flannel Stories and tagged , , .

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