"Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?" by Eric Carle is a wonderful book about colors. In this colorful packet, the children learn the names of colors and animals, apply it to the real world around them and learn the question sentence pattern. There are also pages of creative activities on beginning sounds, rhyming words, some animal facts and their habitat.
Please look at the Preview on samples of the worksheets in the packet.
There is a Scavenger Hunt to draw and color the things they see in their classroom. There is also an extended activity on using sea animals and colors with 2 pages on sorting the animals according to their habitat. Hope this is engaging for your class.
The pages are:
1. Title page
2. Color the animals according to the story.
3. Color Words
4. Make your own sentence by coloring and writing. (With pictures)
5. Joining phrases to make a question or sentence.
6. Make it fun: Use pictures of your own pets to create a question- sentence pattern.
7-9 Color My World- Color and write the things around me.
10. Fun Poem on Mother Bear, Baby Bear on animal facts.
11. Scavenger Hunt
12-14 Phonics activities using the theme.
15 Counting the number of animals, bugs, etc. in the landscape
picture filled with animals and plants.
16 Counting by using the color of clothes that the children wear in the pictures.
17 Extended Activity: Learning about sea animals and colors
18-19 Sorting animals according to their habitat. There is a page
with a landscape and another page of water in the ocean.
Pictures for cut-out are at the bottom of the two pages.
20-21 Art Project: Color the pictures and make a flower-vase project.
22-23 Ideas for games and other craft projects.
I hope this is a fun and great learning tool for your children.
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