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Books : Book Themes > Brown Bear, Brown...

Colors and Shapes added 3-25-00 Submitted by: Michelle Lambert

You can have certain colored shapes on the floor and you can give each child a certain color or shape that match the ones on the floor and they have to find where they have to sit for circle time that will cover the colors in the book and add shapes to it also.

Stick Puppets  added 3-25-00 Submitted by: Michelle Lambert

Then You can make small stick puppets for each of the animals in the book have children hold up animal when you are coming to that animal in the book. You can also make the puppet big enough so they can use it as a mask and they can hold them in front of there face to pretend there that animal.


Sounds  added 3-25-00 Submitted by: Michelle Lambert

When you read the book again to the children you can have certain children imitate the sounds for each one of the animals.  Or even if you don't want to single certain 
children out you can have all of them act out how they think the animal will act.


Brown Bear Animals  added 9-9-02 Submitted by: Kathey Chvostal

Before you read the story, place stuffed or paper animals from the story into a bag or a feely box. Have the children pick an animal from the story out. As you read the story have the child/ren stand up when you get to their animal. Have the children say the name of their animal and the sound it makes.


Brown Bear, Brown Bear Colors added 6-14-02 Submitted by: Drusilla Sharpe

Draw and cut out animals named in the book Brown Bear, Brown Bear in the appropriate color.  Mount on the wall/ bullentin board at children's eye level.  When reading the book, the teacher or  a child points to the corresponding figure.  To extend, have children find other items in classroom the same color as one of the animals.





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