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.
Going on a Number Hunt
Have fun going on a bear hunt. Number recognition, counting, and ordering numbers are skills gained on the hunt.
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