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flannelboard

(ˈflænəlˌbɔːd) or

flannelgraph

n
(Education) a visual aid used in teaching consisting of a board covered with flannel to which pictures, diagrams, etc will stick when pressed on
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My instruction in the faith came from flannelgraph and David C.
It was an attempt to restate the ancient faith for modern people--people who were beyond flannelgraph, but perhaps not yet ready for 1,500 pages of Calvin.
The large collection of flannelgraph figures was packed in several heavy wooden crates and shipped off this summer to the Church of St.
Our children and now grandchildren are part of the service and usually we have a Bible story or flannelgraph for them.
beloved if brutal maven of the flannelgraph whose casting calls were not noted for their flexibility, any more than her ideas about wardrobe, script, set design, or blocking.
God did not have a teacher's manual or flannelgraph when he taught the children of Israel in the desert.
Too old for flannelgraph Jonah and the whale, and too young for mission trips to Guatemala, 11- to 14-year-olds need to find some place in the middle.
Surely the antiques market will soon have a place for those old ink copiers, classic Gestetners and the like, and for filmstrip or 16mm film projectors, flannelgraph boards, hardly used baptismal fonts and 1960s-era home-made banners.
Preschool children learn through the use of Bible story flannelgraphs.
These materials include female anatomical models, flannelgraphs, slides, videos, newsletters, and leaflets.