WHAT DO BEARS EAT AND HOW DO THEY WALK?
Students listen to the poem "Five Bears" read aloud several times, and study what bears eat by naming the foods (mentioned in the poem) out loud. They draw a picture to illustrate one line of the poem and practice choral reading.
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