Little Sprouts Wednesday April 15th

Hi Everyone! We hope that you had a wonderful long weekend with your families!


Bears hibernate in the Winter, so in the Spring they come out of hibernation. They wake up and they are very hungry. Bears like to eat berries, leaves, grasses and also insects and fish.

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Photo by Marco Secchi on Unsplash


Check out this bear graphing activity from

 If you do not have bear manipulatives, you could use beads, lego, or colourful paper. Roll the bear dice provided, or use a regular dice. Put that number of bears or other coloured manipulatives on the graph. See which colour has the most, the least, or the same amount. Write the number.


Remember the story Where’s My Teddy?  Here is another one from the same author. They become good friends.

My Friend Bear by Jez Alborough, Grandma Annii


Try making another graph.  You could ask everyone in your family what their favourite colour is, or animal. Or you could even put your stuffies into a graph. Remember to write the numbers. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10.

Check out these graph ideas- even with jelly beans- yum.

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This was one of my favourite songs when I was young.

Teddy Bear’s picnic


Coach Kieran has another adventure for you. Have fun on the Camping Adventure!

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