flannelboard


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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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All text, including the stories, the instructions for making a flannelboard and creating simple images, and the index, is presented in both Spanish and English.
Flannelboard stories for infants and toddlers, bilingual ed.
This is followed by a flannelboard story complete with line drawings of the key elements, several finger plays and songs and finally a craft.
It was like a Presbyterian rite of passage, a way of demonstrating it was time to leave the flannelboard figures and David C.
When we fill the display shelves with all the diverse formats available for literature in the conventional book form as well as stories on tape, cd and video, stories in flannelboard and puppetry kits, stories in graphic rather than literary form and so on, we are addressing the reality of many different kinds of necessary literacies in the modern world and inviting family sharing and mutual enjoyment.
Each unit has tips on introducing content; recommended books; fingerplays, rhymes, movement activities, or songs; flannelboard or prop stories, with patterns; writing readiness, math, and takeaway activities; a library skill-building game; and American Sign Language and Spanish activities.
Storytime magic; 400+ fingerplays, flannelboards, and other activities.
She outlines how staff members can put boxes together based on a theme, use books, flannelboards, music, crafts, puppets, fingerplays, and other props, and rotate them within the library system to be adapted by different librarians.