This unit was created to be used with the book: Brown Bear Brown Bear, What do you See? by Bill Martin Jr. and Eric Carle.
See all that is included in this Story Unit:
-3 Pages of Lesson Plans in an easy to navigate format.
-Vocabulary List and Vocabulary Cards (featuring characters from the book).
-Popcorn Words (sight words) 3 popcorn words found often in the book.
-Before Reading Activity to prepare your child for concepts found in the book.
-List of questions to ask your little one before, during and after reading.
-Retelling the Story Activity: to encourage recalling what was just read.
-Response Activity: a way for your child to respond personally to the book.
-2 activities in each of these developmental areas:
Fine Motor: Lick and Stick Marshmallow picture, Cutting and writing practice.
Gross Motor: Teddy Bear Movement Song, Move like me activity cards
Cognitive: Teddy Bear Counting Mats, Match and Memory Game
Language: Create your own book, Animal to sound match
3 pages of lesson plans and 23 printables
This Story Unit was created by Ashley Rives,of Me & Marie Learning. Ashley holds a bachelors degree in Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education, as well as a masters degree in Reading and Literacy.
Digital Images created by Ashley Rives and www.scrappindoodles.com
My students LOVED this mini-unit! We had a lot of fun making our own mini-books with your template :) by the end of the unit, my students knew the order of the characters in the book better than I did.
May 12, 2012
Great unit with pre-kindergarten children. We used the cards for retelling the story over and over. Thanks!
April 11, 2012
the kids loved the lessons
March 4, 2012
Some very useful ideas that were very attractive to my Kindergarten learners during center time. Easy to make and use, too! Thanks :)
March 3, 2012
Loved the cards for students to retell the story and for the word wall
February 29, 2012
Fun activities for a great book. Thanks!
February 20, 2012
February 6, 2012
Love this book, and this unit is a perfect addition to my lesson.
January 27, 2012
Cute ideas that worked well with my class of special needs learners!
January 8, 2012
so thorough--I teach yoga and these are great images for the kids to follow!