What do a cat and bear have in common? More than you think, and a news crew was there to cover it.
The special relationship forged between a small cat and a bear in captivity serve to teach us that there is more to us than what others see. This ice breaker can help your students learn to look deeper and to see one another in a new light. While designed for young middle school students or older elementary students, this activity could be adapted for any age group. Also works student skills to predict, observe, and present in class. The result can also be used to create a wonderful display of your students' work to help personalize your classroom space.
The lesson can take between 45 and 65 minutes depending on how you choose to time some elements. Printables included!