Flannelboard Workshop

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An accompanying Powerpoint for a flannelboard workshop given in April of 2014, all about using and creating flannelboards in the library setting and storytime.

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Flannelboard Workshop

  1. 1. Flannelboard Workshop Katie Salo April 27th, 2014
  2. 2. Why Flannelboards? • Increase visual literacy • Reach a different audience • Easier for adaptation • Allow for participation
  3. 3. Kinds of Flannelboards • Felt/Fabric • Laminated Pieces • Paper Pieces • Milk Filters
  4. 4. Using Laminated Pieces • Less time intensive • Easily replaced • Able to be cleaned • Allows both magnet & flannelboard pieces • Variety of illustrations
  5. 5. Using Felt • Cost-Effective • Great texture to explore • Sticks to itself • Allows for embellishments • Lasts longer
  6. 6. Supplies • Felt • Scissors • Glue • Tape • Anything else is optional!
  7. 7. Today’s Flannelboards Ten Fluffy Chickens Five Little Kernels
  8. 8. Resources • http://flannelfridaystorytime.blogspot.com • http://pinterest.com/flannelfriday • http://www.alsc.ala.org/blog/2012/12/so- you-want-to-make-flannelboards/
  9. 9. Contact • Katie Salo, Early Literacy Librarian • simplykatie@gmail.com • http://storytimekatie.com • @katietweetsya

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