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Flanell Friday: Mouse and apple
It' Friday's back! Here's a flanell I made a long while ago for The Mouse and the Apple by Stephen Butler. It is a straightforward, repetitive tale that is great for the storyline as it is: the tale is not too long and the illustration is light and clear. But I made it a flange to go to my daughter's pre-school classes so they could toy with the plays and storytell.
There is a cute apple high on the top of the forest and the mouse waits for it to fell. Whoever has the foliage hits the trees, the goats hit the trunks, and so on. Nobody drops the apple and everyone decides that it has to be bitterness and they take off.
The mouse waits patient and safe, the apple drops and the mouse has a great treat. In order to make the flange parts, I just copied the pictures from the album. That'?s where the apple goes! And I think for this hibernation I'll make a jaw with snows on it, and the mouse can wait for an icorne!
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Small mouse and the big red apple by A. H. Benjamin
The mouse self-absorbedly rejects sharing his big, crimson, succulent apple with his mates after helping him resolve his issues. Later on Mouse unwillingly splits the apple after rolling down the hillside to his mates. The mouse self-absorbedly rejects sharing his big, crimson, succulent apple with his mates after helping him resolve his issues.
Later on Mouse unwillingly splits the apple after rolling down the hillside to his mates.