Brown bear, Brown Bear, What do you see? Sequencing Activity

Are you looking for extension activities to the amazing book by Bill Martin Jr. ‘Brown Bear, Brown Bear, what do you see’? You’re in LUCK! These Brown Bear Sequencing Activity and Color Race Activities will help your kids work on color word recognition, fine motor skills and story sequencing.

Brown Bear Sequencing

Brown Bear Sequence

What you will need:

  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Strips of colored paper (4 inches in width and about 20 inches in length)

How to use this resource:

Children color the pictures, cut it out and paste them in the correct order. When they are done, pair the kids up and ask them to re-tell the story to their partner while pointing to the strips.

Click on the image to download the Sequencing Activity and the Spin & Color Literacy Center

Brown Bear Color Race

Brown Bear color race

An activity that can be done in pairs, small groups or as a whole class.

What YOU WILL need:

  • Coloring pencils, markers or crayons
  • The color words cut out.

How to use this resource:

Place all the color words face down on a table. Ask volunteers to turn over one card at a time. Everyone colors the animal that is that color in the story on their worksheets. Continue until all the animals have been colored.

For a whole week of the Sense of Sight printables, centers, activities and a free lesson plan in one convenient pack, click on the image below.

Sense of Sight Printables

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