Upon arriving home from a walk in the forest, the Three Bears find out that "someone" ...has been in their house! And...it was not the little blonde haired girl!!!
Santa has been in the house...and you guessed it....he's eaten their gingerbread cookies (not the porridge), sat in the living room chairs (and yes, he broke baby bear's chair) and finally they see that someone has left their big boots at the foot of the stairs!
Yep... he went upstairs into the bedroom...So cute for a December read aloud!
Perfect for a compare and contrast theme. Love this book for Christmas!
EVERYTHING is in the preview...so you can be sure it's a good fit for you and your students!
I have included:
Pocket Chart Activity Cards
Retelling Story Mat
Sequencing Printables (2)
Story Details: setting, characters, problem and solution
Compare and Contrast with the original story of The Three Bears
What did Santa leave behind first, second, third and fourth....
Write, Trace and Build a Sentence work with a "Santa gets dressed theme" (7 pages)
Emergent Reader (9 pages) with an "I can see the..." repetition
Puppet Patterns in color and black and white
Small Medium and Large Sorting Materials and Booklet
Santa Gets Dressed Game Board and Spinner
Can you find it? Look and find printable with a recording sheet
True and False Header Cards and 16 True and False story cards for reading and sorting (ideas for using with literacy groups or a whole group setting)
Completely updated 11-17
Inspired by the book: The Three Bears' Christmas by Kathy Duval
The book isn't included, but is necessary to complete the activities!