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Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? Lesson Plan
Students explore the sounds of outdoors. For this sound and literacy lesson, students read Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? and then listen to a tape of nature sounds. Students record their own nature sounds and collaborate to author a book titled Children, Children, What Do You Hear?
Pre-K - K Language Arts 3 Views 48 Downloads
Sense of Hearing
Students explore the sense of hearing. In this human biology lesson, students listen to the story Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? and give examples of how they use their sense of hearing everyday. Students pass around plastic eggs and use their sense of hearing to determine what is inside of the eggs.
K - 2nd Science 3 Views 1 Download
Polar Bear Literacy Activity
Students generate vocabulary words synonymous or related to "noise." In this literacy lesson, students listen to the book Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What do You Hear? by Bill Martin and Eric Carle and discuss the meaning of vocabulary words such as "bellowing" and "yelping" from the story.
K - 1st Science 3 Views 34 Downloads
Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear?
Students explore the sounds around them. In this listening and literacy lesson, students listen to their teacher read Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? by Bill Martin Jr. and discuss the different sounds from the book. Students go on a walk and identify the outdoor sounds around them.
Pre-K - K Language Arts 7 Views 31 Downloads
This game-based lesson explores the impact of climate change on polar bear habitats. Learners become polar bears and role play the gathering of needs for survival. An included “Changes to Habitat Spinner” determines one of the results of climate change, and the polar bears go out gathering again.
3rd - 5th Science 3 Views 3 Downloads
Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? Lesson Plan
Students use technology and listening skills to explore the sounds of their environment. In this environment observation lesson, students read Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? in order to identify the sounds in the story; these are recorded on chart paper.
Pre-K - K Science 6 Views 6 Downloads
Polar Bears: Keeping Warm at the Arctic
Learners study the Arctic polar bear, and its body coverings, to see how it survives in the harsh Arctic climate. This lesson was developed in North Carolina, and specifically suggests a trip to the North Carolina Zoological Park. However, the basis of the lesson could be completed without the field trip component.
3rd - 4th Science 6 Views 14 Downloads
Bearly Any Ice
After reviewing food chains, your class members participate in an arctic predator-prey game that exemplifies the impact of climate change of food availability. If you are in a hurry, skip this lesson, but if you have the time to understand how it is played, it can become a poignant lesson in what is happening with arctic ecosystems.
5th - 8th Science 8 Views 4 Downloads
New Review Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear?
Kids color and then assemble a re-imagined copy of Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? Although the complete text of Bill Martin's classic children's book is included, Eric Carle's illustrations have been replaced with line drawings.
Pre-K - 1st Science 9 Views 3 Downloads
Animals on the Move
Students write about a specific animal. In this animal science lesson, students read the book Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? and name various kinds of animals. Students choose one animal and use a graphic organizer to write down one fact about their animal.
1st - 2nd Science 3 Views 9 Downloads
Life Systems- Zoo Central
Students investigate the various aspects associated with living things while also concentrating on their basic needs. They explore the aspects of movement and growth in plants and animals. This is done through research and other different activities.
1st - 2nd Science 11 Views 61 Downloads
What do you know about polar bears? Get your youngsters writing about these majestic animals with this short writing activity. They simply use the six words provided to create a short story about the picture provided. Review the words with your class before sending them off.
2nd - 3rd Language Arts 3 Views 25 Downloads
Lars the Little Polar Bear
In this reading comprehension online interactive worksheet, students view a video on the book, The Little Polar Bear The Snow Storm, by Jamaniace. Students choose the multiple choice answer that completes 9 facts from the video.
2nd - 5th 21st Century Skills 22 Views 44 Downloads
Prowling Polar Bear
Pupils show their support for preserving threatened and endangered species by creating and sculpting a replica of a polar bear. They discuss the agreement that the United States, Canada, Denmark, Norway and the Soviet Union signed in 1973 to protect polar bears.
4th - 9th Technology & Engineering 3 Views 0 Downloads
It Bears Repeating!!!
Students research bears and their characteristics with a specific study on North American bears and polar bears. In this bear study activity, students read books about polar bears and wild bears. Students complete activities to further study polar bears, grizzly bears, and Alaskan brown bears.
K - 5th Science 3 Views 92 Downloads
Lesson Plan on Polar Bears
Students investigate how polar bears stay warm in arctic climates. In this polar bear lesson, students listen to The Little Bear by Hans de Beer before talking about how polar bears stay warm. They experiment with a "blubber glove" to determine how the bear's layer of fat helps it to stay warm in the cold waters.
2nd - 3rd Science 16 Views 28 Downloads
The Polar Bear's Gift
Students read an Inuit legend about a brave polar bear. In this fiction lesson, students discuss the book "The Polar Bear's Gift." Students use graphic organizers to list different types of gifts. Students then make a list of positive character traits that they have or they see in others.
3rd - 4th Language Arts 6 Views 25 Downloads
Worksheet: Environments of Past and Present
After reading about how polar bears and camels are specifically adapted to their environments, young zoologists choose an animal and do the same. They work in groups to discuss how humans interact with their surroundings and then design a poster about possible problems caused by our activities that impact the environment.
4th - 7th Science 42 Views 141 Downloads