Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?


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One of Eric Carle’s most popular books, Brown Bear Brown Bear What Do You See, was first published in 1967. It is still one of the most read books among young children to this date!

This story goes through a series of animals in a particular order. The more you read it, the more your child will remember all the animals that were in the story! They may not know how to read yet, but as they memorise how the story goes, it can teach them how to read instead!

Extension activity ideas:

  1. Ask what colour the animal is before reading, for example, “What colour is the bear?”
  2. Include what sounds each animal makes together. “Yellow duck, yellow duck, what do you see? Quack Quack Quack, I see a blue horse looking at me”
  3. Before revealing the next animal, make a pause so your child could say it.. If they don’t remember the animal, just continue on with reassurance. “I see a…….white dog looking at me!”
  4. Go on to the last page and ask which animal (or colour) is which. “Which one is the horse (blue colour)? Could you point it to me?”

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