This week learned what to do if you meet a bear in the wilderness. The kids happily drew pictures of what to do, and made their poster, but I wanted to make sure they remembered it. Besides I had a fun project pinned on my land animals board.
We pulled out paper bags, colored and cut, and………..
Created our very own paper bag bear caves. Yes those are all bears, these are not the dogs you are looking for…………..
And we used art and role playing to reinforce an otherwise forgettable lesson. The kids loved acting it out.
I especially love Princess’ expression as she demonstrates yelling and hitting the bear to surprise it.
Now, we’ve got a fun short term toy to add into our play, and they remember what to do if they ever meet a bear.
Let’s see what others did this week:
Each week I’m spotlighting a few posts that were shared previously. Many posts get linked up later in the week and they don’t always get as many clicks as they deserve, so I’m trying to spotlight a few every week.
Highhill Homeschool shared some great videos about blood cells (no great picture to share from the post) and a slew of other anatomy videos. Give her some love ya’ll, she’s got a lot going on right now and still manages to post great stuff.