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Five Little Princesses

wpid-anna-and-elsa.jpg.jpegI fell in love with the princesses that What is Bridget Reading made a few weeks ago! I made Anna and Elsa templates to add to her works of art! And, after tireless research, I decided to write a Five Little about Princesses to use with this. If you find any more 5 or 10 Little to use with this, please add it in the comments section! Here are the templates: Princess templates

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Five Little Princesses lounging in the tower
One climbed down to pick a flower
Along came a fairy with a special power
And the princess yelled, “I’ll be back in an hour!”

For more storytime ideas, check out Mollie’s What Happens in Storytime. She’s hosting the weekly blog hop, Flannel Friday, this week. For more information check out the websitePinterest page, and Facebook Group.

9 comments on “Five Little Princesses

  1. Jane Breen
    July 26, 2014

    Yikes…that’s a lot of princess! They’re beautiful. No doubt the kids will love them. ~ jane

  2. SinginInTheStacks
    February 12, 2015

    How does the rest of the rhyme go?!

    • mrsshaia
      February 13, 2015

      I count down from five to zero so the rhyme doesn’t change, just the number. You could even start with 10 if you want!

      • SinginInTheStacks
        February 13, 2015

        haha I realized that after I sent you this post and feverishly searched the internet for the rest of the words! been a long week, I’m afraid! 🙂 thanks for your reply!

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  4. Lois Burgess
    October 27, 2015

    These are beautiful Lisa!! I am so glad I found this, as I am planning a “Princess Storytime” on November 14th. Our local community’s Apple Blossom Princess will be taking part too 🙂

    On a totally separate note — Last year, I posted on facebook a request for the name of the book about a little bunny who thinks he hears a monster downstairs –but comes to find out it is only his brother pulling a wooden duck. I think you responded to me, but I forgot to pin the book on my bedtime board 😦

    Would you mind giving me the name again…

    Thanks so much, Lisa 🙂

    • mrsshaia
      October 27, 2015

      So glad you’re using it!
      Hmm…that book doesn’t sound familiar. Maybe another Lisa replied? Good luck finding it.

  5. Emily Speer
    June 21, 2016

    Thanks so much for this! My daughter doesn’t nap at 3.5 so I made her a felt board and this will be WONDERFUL for her to interact with during quiet time.

    • mrsshaia
      June 21, 2016

      Oh, thanks for taking the time to write me a note. I’m so happy your daughter will enjoy the princesses. =)

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