Apples, Apples, Apples
The past few weeks have been filled with lots of fun apple activities and some discussions about fall. The weather is starting really cool off in the morning, and I have seen a few leaves beg…
"Do not disturb until spring" The bears are hibernating in Mrs.Walker's class at Benson Memorial UMC Preschool. OMW! So cute!
Hibernation Should Be For Humans, Too...
Am I right... or am I right? Hibernating animals are so lucky. Imagine eating tons of goodies to prepare... then sleep for weeks and wake up skinny and ready to eat again! Who is with me? Well, I guess since I can't be a bear... I might as well embrace my awake status. Hibernation is always a cool subject to teach about... especially with the little humans. They are fascinated by animal behavior and it always fits in nicely with our animal needs unit and always seems really well timed around…
This week was our bear/hibernation theme. Lots of fun! If you have not read this book, you must! It is HILARIOUS! (Especially the ending... loved it! haha) Here are some of the nonfiction books we read this week to help us fill in our bear chart. We looked at these four types of bears: brown, black, polar, and panda. Here is the chart we created: When we talked about what bears ate, we did this fun little taste test/graphing activity that came from Rachelle over at What the Teacher Wants…
migrate…hibernate…a simple science game to get your students moving! - More Than a Worksheet
A simple hibernate migrate game…just like red-light green light! Great way to teach vocab kinesthetically. Free printable from More Than a a Worksheet
Making a Bear Cave in Preschool::Teaching The Little People
This is a fun and super-easy way to make a bulletin board bear cave. All you need is butcher paper, staples, and a space to build your cave!
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