1. Create chalk art-
2. Make an outdoor scavenger hunt- neighborhood-scavenger-hunt-page-1
3. Make a Neighborhood Bear Hunt- Put a stuffed teddy bear somewhere in your home that would be visible from the sidewalk outside (such as in a window, by the front door, or on the porch) and encourage your friends and neighbors to do the same.
- Read the book “Going on a Bear Hunt” by Michael Rosen before heading out, or even better yet, watch the author himself perform a reading of it on YouTube. He is so animated! (ELA)
- Use the free printable to make a prediction and to track how many bears of different colors your child can find. After you are finished, tally the different colors and find out how many bears were spotted in total and discuss how it compared to their original prediction. (Math)
- Have your child draw a map of the bear hunt. (Art, Geography)
- Get active with Cosmic Kids Yoga “We’re Going on a Bear Hunt” (PE)
- Sing along with the Kidboomers in their catchy rendition of the book. (Music)