Bear Hunt Book

Bear Hunt Book

You'll Need

large tag or paper of various colors,white and blue tempra paint,brown finger paint,glue,Easter basket type grass,paint brushes
After reading and acting out the Going on a Bear Hunt book. In groups of two to three the children can remake the story using various craft materials. Use large tag paper for each page and on each set of facing pages recreate one part of the book. For instance, the children can glue Easter grass in the book for "long wavy grass", finger paint the mud, paint with white tempra (I use blue or gray paper for that page) for the snowstorm, paint a river with blue paint, and glue torn paper in the shape of a cave. At the end of the book, they can make a bear using any technique. Then the children cut out a person shape and decorate it as themselves and when they read the book, they carry their person through the book making each movement (tiptoeing, splashing through the water, etc.) I print the words to the story on the computer and glue them into the book. The children quickly learn to retell the story independently and love using "themselves" as part of the story.
 
 
 
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