Monday, January 2, 2012

Flannel Board Fun

Well Adeline is up and walking, such a relief to me.  We are still working on a lot of gross motor skills,  but now I am really thinking about speech as well.  I have been reading about how valuable nursery rhymes and songs can be since they use more of the right side of the brain.  Adeline is able to sing parts of songs and rhymes much easier than just talking.  I thought she would enjoy interacting with some of the songs and rhymes, so I made a flannel board on the other side of our chalkboard.  

I found these printables, laminated them and added some sandpaper to the back.  Sandpaper is much cheaper than all the velcro it would take.

Super Duper has put together a great chart that show the sounds used in various songs and rhymes.

1 comment:

  1. What fun! I love songs like "5 Little Monkeys," and it's great that you have flannel board activities to go along the songs. Thanks for the great links, too! I featured your post at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page:


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