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Tickle Monster

Tickle Monster (3)

I made a flannel story to accompany Tickle Monster after seeing Jbrary use it a while back. (This is part of Flannel Friday’s Halloween Extravaganza!)

I made two monsters: one completely assembled and the other with all the pieces loose to put together. If I storytell, I can use the whole monster to keep on the board and reinforce shapes and matching:Tickle Monster (1)

I also made a puzzle game/activity to play during storytime:

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I had my teen volunteers cut out the pieces and place in snack-sized baggies to staple to the board, creating a board game as part of a take-home craft:

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Here are pdf files you can download to make your own:

To get more Halloween ideas, check out the Halloween Extravaganza Roundup here. To find out more about Flannel Friday, check out the website, thePinterest board, and the Facebook Group.

2 comments on “Tickle Monster

  1. Pingback: Flannel Friday Halloween Extravaganza | Thrive After Three

  2. Pingback: Storytime: Halloween – Adventures of a Bookworm

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This entry was posted on October 7, 2016 by in Flannel Friday, Flannel Stories, Halloween storytime and tagged , , .

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