Day 2 Focus Story: Reread the focus story, Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? Do the animal names contain the same beginning sound? Then, let them make a bear hunt map and binoculars and go on a hunt of their own. Perfect for working on color identification with preschoolers and toddlers! After 5 years of public school teaching Middle school mostly, did one year in elementary , I think I am ready to call it quits. Were the animals in the book what the students thought the brown bear might see? Then find them in the text. Here are the props I printed and you can too to bring the book alive once we knew it by heart. Using the black marker, color in their eyes. What letter do you expect to see at the beginning of rrrr- ed? The children can make caves out of grocery bags for their teddy bears to nap in as well! As a whole class review the graph and determine which story was the class favorite and read that story to the class again. We use the page to practice our coloring skills! This is how I created a Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? Introduce this re-telling activity to the class during whole group time.
Then let your child add the glue to the paper — this is a great opportunity to talk about how less can be more — and add the tissue paper squares on each animal using the appropriate colors. Remember, pointing at the words as you read helps your child understand that those letters on the page are coming together to form words. Companion Poem: Read and move to 'Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear. Cut one side of a file folder in half see picture at left. Extend the story with this fun activity which will have your little ones working on one-to-one correspondence, number recognition, and skip counting.
Have your child match each animal with its correct color word. Reread again, allowing students to do the same actions as the bear. At the top of the graph place a Xerox picture of the cover of four or five bear stories that were read aloud to the class during your bear unit. This is one adventure your kids will never forget! The child in the middle calls out a color. Children will also make educated guesses.
Math Gummy Bear Math Using nothing more than a bag a Gummy Bears, you can including counting, estimating, sorting, patterns and even simple graphing. Day 4 Companion Poem Reread the chart poem ' Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear' and have students do the corresponding movements. You will need the Eric Carle magnets; you could make your won with clip art or your own hand-drawn animals and add magnets to them. Along with planned activities and links, included are several printables that will teach your preschooler several skills all in an interactive way. Sign up and Get the Brown Bear Coding Lesson Pack for Free You can get your children to start thinking like a coding programmer with very few supplies and no screen time. Set students in a circle and pass out a card to each child. As you sing the rhyme take the bears out of the bed according to the numbers on their stomach.
She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, and Coffee! Take a seat without a frown! This could act as a sorting exercise using color, size, and even certain characteristics. Hubbard, who do you see? You do not need to be an artist, scientist or mathematician to make learning fun and engaging for your students. You can even use all of these activities together to create a preschool bear lesson plan as well. Choose students to play the part of the animals from the story and give each one a necklace depicting an animal. One each page, we are introduced to a new animal who helps us discover which creature will show up next. Use a water bottle and seal the lid with a hot glue gun and then use plastic colored tape for an extra measure.
All original files have been updated with the new clipart. There are tons of recognizable Eric Carle favorites in this pack. Kids will try to determine which animal is taped to their backs by asking yew or no questions. Follow the same procedure with other sentences from the story. If the student can read the word written there he keeps the bear.
Pocket for Corduroy Materials: purple construction paper, hole punch, scissors, crayons, yarn, index cards Directions: In the story Pocket for Corduroy the little bear wants a pocket to keep things in. I receive a small commission whenever a product is purchased through these links. Introduce your young mathematicians to addition with this set of free. Which one will you start with? Have them orally state the name of the character and then have the entire class say the name and clap the number of syllables they hear. If they are tagged, they must give their color to Mr.
Remind students that yesterday they had to work to remember the order the animals saw each other to complete the mural. Our creative community loves to learn how to create moments that matter for our friends and families! Reread and have students move just like the bear! Grade Level s : Preschool-1 Lesson plan ideas for pocket charts, sequencing, classroom books, patterns, graphing, sorting, and so much more. Filed Under: , , , , ,. Children can learn about colors, create class spin-off books, illustrate their own version of the book and so much more, from graphing favorite characters and colors to sorting and sequencing. Provide each student with a Xerox picture of a bed, students may color the bed with crayons if they choose.
I am amazed at how she can repeat every page almost verbatim and knows the colors and names of the animals already, just from being read to! Fun Bear Activities Corduroy Materials: brown construction paper, green construction paper, buttons, liquid glue, scissors, crayons, corrugated cardboard, wiggly eyes. Once completed, let all students retell the story, using their character necklace to help guide them! Corduroy Buddy Bag Materials: stuffed teddy bear, note to parents, composition journal, iPod, Corduroy book. Art Brown Bear Comes to Life — make stick puppets so your child can recreate the story whenever they want! This isn't exact and you will need to experiment with the amounts to get the color you desire. If you like what I do here on KindergartenWorks, then be sure to subscribe today. We use the page to practice our coloring skills! Laminate the bear cut-outs for durability.
Understanding how technology works is important for the future our preschoolers. There is a matching game with all of the characters from the story, a coloring book, alphabet flip cards, a sequencing activity, and more. Give each student their own set of Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See? Now go march around the room! To read our full disclaimer,. You may wish to share the corresponding color poems for the colors purple and black at some point today, as time allows Finish working onthe 'I See Colors' take home booklet, by completing the last two pages. Going on a Bear Hunt Board Game Setting: Small Group, Math Centers Objective: 1:1 correspondence Materials: 2 pieces of cardstock, packing tape, clipart, teddy bear counters, paw-print stickers available in resources section below , laminating film, one foam die. We use the page to practice our coloring skills! Continue working on the 'I See Colors' take home booklet, by completing the next two pages with students. Below you will find many activities for the classroom that revolve around a bear theme.