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Flannel Friday: Eggs For Breakfast

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Happy New Year Flannel Fridayers, oh how I’ve missed you so!

This is a simple, but fun flannel board I like to use for Yummy Storytime! It’s called Eggs for Breakfast. It’s one of the zillion wonderful storytime ideas you can find in one of my all-time favorite storytime resources:

Ready-To-Go Storytimes

If you don’t have this in your professional collection, I highly recommend it!

Eggs For Breakfast

One morning I woke up early and no one was up yet. So I decided to
make eggs for breakfast.

I picked up one egg and sang, “Give it a whack, here it crack, drop it in
the middle, one egg’s frying on the griddle.”

Just then, sis came into the kitchen rubbing her eyes.

She said, “I want one too!”

I picked up one egg and we sang, “Give it a whack, here it crack, drop it
in the middle, two eggs frying on the griddle.”

Here comes dad nodding his head. He likes his on toasted bread.

I pick up one egg and we sand, “Give it a whack, here it crack, drop it in
the middle, three eggs frying on the griddle.”

Here comes mom. She gave me a wink, “Looks good! I’ll have one too!”

I picked up one egg and we all sang, “Give it a whack, here it crack, drop
it in the middle, four eggs frying on the griddle.”

We’re all here it’s time to eat!

Miss Mollie

is hosting the #FFRU this week so check out What Happens in Storytime…

If you need more storytime ideas, pinterest is the place to find a flanniverse of possibilities!

3 thoughts on “Flannel Friday: Eggs For Breakfast

  1. Pingback: Breakfast Stories « everybodylovesbubbles

  2. I think I need to buy that book!

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