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Bears Everywhere

Songs, Poems and


Fingerplays
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5 Little Bears
One little bear
Wondering what to do.
Along came another,
Then there were two!
Two little bears,
Climbing up a tree.
Along came another,
Then there were three!
Three little bears,
Ate an apple core.
Along came another,
Then there were four!
Four little honey bears
Found honey in a hive.
Along came another,
Then there were five!

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5 Little Bears
Print up bears on white card stock. Trim, attach a piece of velcro (rough side) to the
bears and use as a flannel story. (More options: Attach popsicle sticks to the back
with tape - Attach to flannel using glue or spray adhesive - trim)

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Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear


(Sung to: Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star)

Teddy bear, teddy bear, turn around.


Teddy bear, teddy bear, touch the ground.
Teddy bear, teddy bear, reach up high.
Teddy bear, teddy bear, touch the sky.
Teddy bear, teddy bear, touch your shoe.
Teddy bear, teddy bear, I love you!

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Teddy Bear Song


(Sung to: Mary Had a Little Lamb)

Child's Name) has a teddy bear.


Teddy bear, teddy bear
(Child's Name) has a teddy bear
It's brown and furry all over.
(change last line to fit description of
child's teddy bear.)

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Little Bear
(Sung to: "Frere Jacques")

Are you sleepy, are you sleepy.


Little bear, little bear?
Wintertime is coming
Wintertime is coming.
Very soon, very soon.
Find a cave, find a cave.
Little bear, little bear.
Wintertime is here,
Wintertime is here,
Go to sleep, go to sleep.
Are you sleepy, Are you sleepy.
Little bear, little bear?
You will wake in springtime
In the warm, warm springtime
Little bear, little bear
Time to wake up, time to wake up
Little bear, little bear.
Springtime is here, springtime is here
Wake up now, wake up now!

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Three Brown Bears


(Sung to: "Three Blind Mice")

Three brown bears,


Three brown bears,
See all their beds,
See all their chairs,
The mommy cooked in
A big brown pot,
The daddy's porridge
Was much too hot,
The baby bear
Always cried a lot,
Three brown bears.

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Three Brown Bears


Print up following graphics on white card stock. Trim, attach a piece of Velcro
(rough side) to the bears and use as a flannel story. (More options: attach popsicle
sticks to the back with tape. Attach to flannel using glue or spray adhesive trim.

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5 Little Bears
Five little bears
heard a loud roar.
One ran away,
then there were four!
Four little bears
climbing up a tree.
One slid down.
Then there were three!
Three little bears
deciding what to do.
One fell asleep,
Then there were two!
Two little bears,
having lots of fun.
One went home,
Then there was one!
One little bear,
feeling all alone.
Ran to his mother
Then there were none.
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The Bear Went Over the Mountain


(Sung to: For He's a Jolly Good Fellow)

The bear went over the mountain,


The bear went over the mountain,
The bear went over the mountain,
To see what he could see
To see what he could see,
To see what he could see
The other side of the mountain,
The other side of the mountain,
The other side of the mountain,
Was all that he could see
Was all that he could see,
Was all that he could see,
The other side of the mountain,
Was all that he could see!
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Little Bear
Are you sleeping
Are you sleeping little bear little bear
You will sleep all winter
Through the cold, cold winter ...little bear
little bear.
Are you sleeping, are you sleeping. . .little
bear little bear.
You will wake in springtime. . .in the warm,
warm springtime
Little bear, little bear!

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Five Little Bears


Five little bears were dancing on the floor.
One fell down and that left four.
Four little bears climbed up a tree.
One found a bee hive that left three.
Three little bears were wondering what to do.
One chased a bunny rabbit that left two.
Two little bears were looking for some fun.
One took a swim that left one.
One little bear sitting all alone
He looked all around and then ran home.

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Time for Sleeping


Now, its time for sleeping.
The bears go in their caves.
It keeps them warm and cozy.
Time for lazy days.
When the snow is gone.
The sun comes out to play.
The bears will wake up from their sleep
and then go on to play.

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Grizzly Bear, Grizzly Bear


Grizzly Bear, Grizzly Bear.
Where have you been?
Over the mountains Such things I've seen!
Grizzly Bear, Grizzly Bear,
What have you done?
Eaten blueberries
Made ripe by the sun.
Grizzly Bear, Grizzly Bear,
What have you found?
Ice-cold spring water
Deep from the ground.
Grizzly Bear, Grizzly Bear,
What do you dream?
Sweet tasting salmon
Swimming upstream.
Grizzly Bear, Grizzly Bear,
Where do you creep?
Into my dark cave
Alone, let me sleep!

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Mr. Bear
(Sung to: "If You're Happy and You Know It")

Mr. Bear says all he wants to do is sleep,


Now that winter's here and snow is very deep.
He has curled up in his den,
And we won't see him again
Till the spring when all he'll want to do is eat!

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Waking
(Sung to: "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star")

Grizzly, polar and black bear,


Growing thicker winter hair,
Curled up snugly winter through,
'Til the spring comes calling you.
Then you come out of your den,
To see the world's all new again

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The Polar Bear


The polar bear by being white,
gives up his camouflage at night.
And, yet without a thought or care,
he wanders here, meanders there,
and gaily treads the ice floes
completely unconcerned with foes.
For after dark nobody dares
to set out after polar bears.

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Polar Bear
(Sung to: "My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean")

The polar bear lives in Alaska.


He never gets cold in a storm.
He swims in cold icy water,
His heavy coat keeps him warm.
Warm, warm, warm, warm.
His heavy coat keeps him warm.
Warm, warm, warm, warm.
His heavy coat keeps him warm.

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Teddy Lost His Coat


Teddy lost his coat.
Teddy lost his hat.
Teddy lost his rubber boots.
What do you think of that?
Teddy found his coat.
Teddy found his hat.
Teddy found his rubber boots.
He'd left them on the mat!

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Color Bears

Use this activity during circle time to practice color recognition.


Print up the following color bears on white card stock. Laminate.
Mount the bear cutouts on craft sticks. During circle time, pass a
bear to each child. Start by saying, Blue bear, blue bear, what
do you see? Have the child or children look around and identify
items that are blue. Continue in this manner until all of the colors
have been called.
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Color Bears

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Color Bears

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Color Bears

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Color Bears

Color the bears the


colors you would
like to use.
Trim Laminate
Attach to craft
sticks.

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Bouncing Bear
Use a parachute or a large sheet for this
bouncing fun. Space the children evenly
around the parachute or sheet. Instruct
each child to hold the parachute tightly with
both hands. Next place a teddy bear in the
center of the parachute and challenge the
children to move their hands so that the
bear bounces and flips in the air. Get the
bear to bounce side to side. Have the bear
hid under: the parachute. Have the bear
bounce on top of the parachute.

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