These "language" crowns feature all of the animals and characters from the book, "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?" by Bill Waters and Eric Carle. They are a fun craftivity and interactive task to accompany this book and work on the language skills of vocabulary, sentence construction and imitation, the personal pronoun "I," answering wh questions as well as cutting, color matching, and following directions. Works well in a class (have all students go around and say what they see on their friend's crowns) or an individual or small group task. This packet is a perfect addition to an Eric Carle author study, or a bears or animals unit too!
Each crown is easy to cut out-just straight lines and a curved line (no jagged edges or intricate cutting). The following colors can be worked on with this packet: brown, yellow, blue, purple, gold, black, white, green, red, orange, pink, grey. There are blank crowns for the teacher (both a female and male are included) and crowns that can be individualized for other classroom or therapy tasks. Each crown has the words: "I see
_________(color) ___________animal/person(s)" with accompanying symbols to help your struggling readers. (This feature also makes it great for your students with autism!)
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