Flannel Friday: Veggie Riddles

Happy Flannel Friday!  Many thanks to Anne at So Tomorrow for hosting this week.

It’s January and you know what that means… SOUP MONTH!  I had so much fun planning and delivering a soup-er themed storytime for our team this month.  I made a vegetable riddle flannel for our Preschool/Family crowd.  This flannel goes along great with Growing Vegetable Soup by Lois Ehlert!

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Vegetable Riddles

I’m red and round,

I also have seeds.

Sliced up in salads,

Is where you’ll see me!

(tomato)

I’m a root vegetable,

I can be red, white or green.

I can make you cry

When you cut into me!

(onion)

I grow underground,

But I have skin and eyes.

I can be roasted or mashed,

Or made into fries!

(potato)

Rabbits like to eat me

When I grow in a field.

I’m an orange vegetable.

I taste best when I’m peeled!

(carrot)

I’m yellow and yummy,

I grow on a stalk.

You can eat me on the cob,

Or cook me in a pot!

(corn)

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Pattern: templates from Pattern Universe

Credit: Most from Riddles for Kids, some original

I’ll be back soon to post a review of how storytimes went this week!  Hope everyone has a good weekend.  Grad school starts for me next week… so not ready!  😦

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About Jessica F

I'm a former teacher turned library lady! These days I tutor, blog, sing in storytime (okay all the time), read books, drink excessive amounts of Mountain Dew and go to grad school.
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