Listen to “We’re Going on a Bear Hunt”, by Michael Rosen Objective: Children will learn about positional words, the sequence of events, story retelling, and dramatic play
Color the bear. Objective: Children will learn to pick up, hold, aim/place, and move a written instrument.
Objective: Children will engage their sense of touch as they explore different textures to play and re-tell the story.
Yoga adventure based on the Michael Rosen, We’re Going on a Bear Hunt story. Children will learn motor imitation.
Tip: Stop the video for each imitation to slow down the activity.
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Warm-up before listening to the story. You can start with a hello song before listening to the book. Dramatize the story with motor actions as you listen to the story with your child.
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