Teddy Bear's Picnic Craft & Writing Prompt: Reading Comprehension Book Companion
After you read The Teddy Bears’ Picnic by Jimmy Kennedy, practice comprehension skills and connect to text when you discuss what students might bring to a picnic. Make a list of words and simple drawings.
Students create their own lists and drawings, possibly using the list the class came up with together. Glue standard sheets of construction paper behind writing sheets to create frames. Students cut and color bear pieces. Glue to frame to create a sweet display!
This book is fun to read in the summer, and it's also fun to read in the winter when your class learns about bears and hibernation. We read it on our 100th day of school, as we enjoy a 100 snack mix that includes Teddy Grahams!
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Page 4: writing/drawing sheet
Page 5: head
(Color insides of ears and snout peach.)
Page 6: two hands, two feet
(Color circles peach.)
Additional bear books to accompany this one include, but certainly are not limited to, the following titles:
Bear Snores On
Brown Bear, Brown Bear
Bear Stays Up Late
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