Children will practice retelling the classic Bill Martin Jr. story of “Brown Bear” using flannel board animals and characters. Skills in this packet include sequencing, identifying colors, and color words.
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A fun alphabet activity to reinforce letter recognition, rhyming and matching upper to lowercase letters.
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