Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? by Eric Carle Activities BUNDLE
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Your little ones will enjoy the following 7 resources based on "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? by Eric Carle. A perfect activity for an individual or for a whole group.
The bundle comes with the following fun activities.
1. Sequencing text activity: Give each student a blank sheet and another sheet with picture cards. Have each student color, cut and paste the cards in the proper order. This will give the children the chance to demonstrate and reinforce their recollection of the story.
2. Headband: A perfect complement to the picture book or can be used when teaching students about the following animals. Ten animal headbands: 1. Grizzly bear 2. bird 3. duck 4. horse 5. frog 6. cat 7. dog 8. sheep 9. goldfish 10. monkey
3. Gameboard: The gameboard contains the elements--the animals and the colors from the book. Young learners will have fun learning and playing at the same time. Both color and black and white version of the gameboard are included.
4. Matching Concentration Memory cards: Both color and black versions (Your students could get to color them) are included. *Your young ones could either match two identical animals (picture of dog--picture of dog) or the animal and the word (picture of dog--the word: ”white dog”).
5. Cut-Out Fold-Up Book: First, color the picture, then write down the missing words on the blank and finally read it to someone. There are two templates you can choose from.
6. Tic Tac Toe Bingo Cards: "Bingo" is always popular among students. These 8 Tic Tac Toe Bingo Game Cards are based on the picture book "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do you see?" by Eric Carle. The Young learners will have fun learning and playing at the same time.
7. Brown Bear Craft: Your young ones get to make a cute brown (or any color of) bear after reading "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?" by Eric Carle. You can choose to make a small size (letter size) bear or a larger one. You simply need a pair of scissors and glue, some crayons and tons of imagination.
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