Hey! Long time no blog! Yes, I realize it’s been 3 MONTHS since my last post. I apologize for neglecting this blog; I plead busyness. I’ve been busy with a bunch of projects, some of which I will post about here, soon, and haven’t made any new flannelboards or felt inspired to write on anything else. I promise I’ll do better. PLEASE don’t break up with me!
This flannel is a result of reading Greg Pizzoli’s new story The Watermelon Seed and feeling inspired to create a “summer foods” storytime. You know, all those things we like to eat especially in summer? Hot dogs, popsicles, ice cream, watermelon. If you haven’t read Greg’s book, DO IT NOW. It’s delightful, and accurate. I know I worried about things growing in my belly when I was a kid.
I found this on Making Learning Fun:
(tune: London Bridge is Falling Down)
Find the largest watermelon, watermelon, watermelon
Find the largest watermelon at the fair.
Give it a blue ribbon, blue ribbon, blue ribbon
Give the largest watermelon a blue ribbon.
I made 5 watermelon and 5 ribbons, so 5 kids at a time can come up and award prizes to the largest, next largest, etc. I think I would switch it up and perhaps ask the kids to award the first place to the smallest, next smallest, etc. Maybe I’ll make strange shaped watermelon and ask them to award prizes to the squarest, silliest, etc.. Endless possibilities!
The roundup today will be hosted by Katherine. Check out all past flannels via our pinterest page (click the icon on the right sidebar).