What Do You See?
1st - 2nd
Students study color words and animal names to improve their English language skills. In this ESL color and animal name instructional activity, students read the book Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? and create masks for the animals in the book. Students use the masks to learn animal names and colors. Students also complete a color chart using items from their classroom.
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