Look at the use of prepositions in the story over, under, through. Encourage the children to imagine that they are going on a bear hunt.
Write a new page where the family come across another hurdle. Children can count and compare their items. Videos can be played other times when there is a few minutes between content instruction. I will point to me when it is my turn and I will point to you when it is your turn.
Read the play version of the story. Bind the pages together to create a fun classroom read-a-loud. Can you think of similar locations near to where you live? It is fun to see my students laughing and giggling as they perform their part of the story.
Some of the sentences in the story are very short.
We can sing along to this video. Do you prefer the book or the animation? We will also have to make the sounds and hand motions as we go on our bear hunt.
Explain that they will go on a classroom "bear hunt" to find bears or objects with bears that have been placed throughout the classroom. Two big furry ears! Understand and use question words interrogatives e.
Write another story where a family visit different places and have to rush back through them after they discover something exciting!
List their responses on chart paper. What a surprise awaits in the cave on the other side of the dark forest. Research different pop-up techniques and make your own pop-up book.
Classroom Bear Hunt Materials Variety of bear items: The bear hunt will end when the music is turned off and everyone will meet on the carpet.
Choose another animal and write a similar description. Use this video for inspiration: I want to read a story to you about a family that went looking for a bear.
This is a fun story because it has the student involvement piece. They get so excited and watch me closely for their cue when to say their part. I would like them to write about the event of their choice as if they were there. They are repeating the words and actions.
This repetition is good for my ELL students learning vocabulary and sentence grammar. Review the list with the children.
Warm Up 10 minutes Today I am using this fun story to engage my students in a conversation about the different story events.
Do you think you will be scared?
Art Look at the use of colour in the illustrations.Follow the family's excitement as they wade through the grass, splash through the river and squelch through the mud in search of the bear.
What a surprise awaits in the cave on the other side of the dark forest. The song is actually titled, "The Cool Bear Hunt." This activity gives students a fun experience to help them write a narrative piece and an opinion piece. It is nice to have a movement activity that can be linked to writing activities.4/5(50).
A preschool learning pack for preschoolers with games and activities to go along with the book, We're Going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen.
Includes: story words, beginning sounds, counting, sorting activities and more. The Preschool Book Club is back this week with creative activities for kids inspired by the story, We’re Going on a Bear Hunt! Every other week we’ll all be sharing some fun activities for kids all based the book of the week.
Our unofficial Bear Hunt teaching resources have been designed to support the teaching of this wonderful children’s story. Please note, all of the resources in this section have been designed using original ELHQ artwork.
Complete Unit based on the book "Going on a Bear Hunt" by Michael Rosen for pre-school and special education classes.
Over 55 pages of printables, lesson ideas (sensory, art, story time, cooking,) flashcards, and center activities.Download