In , Bill Martin Jr and Eric Carle collaborated on their first book together, Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? Celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the ever-popular Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? A special 50th Anniversary Edition of the classic Brown Bear. Editorial Reviews. Review. The Origins of Brown Bear. On a train ride in , the Whether in a picture book or a reader, and now in eBook and audio, the same bold graphics and repetitive, rhythmic text have truly stood the test. See All downloading Options Book 1 of 1 in the Brown Bear and Friends Series . Whether in a picture book or a reader, and now in eBook and audio, the same bold which creature will show up next: "Blue Horse, Blue Horse, What do you see?.

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1. Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? By Bill Martin Jr. & Eric Carle; 2. Brown bear, brown bear, what do you see? I see a red bird. A big happy frog, a plump purple cat, a handsome blue horse, and a soft yellow duck — all parade across the pages of this delightful book. Children will. Pam Miller The perfect book for ages Author Bill Martin, Jr. 's words form a pattern, a rhythm for the listener and easy words for a young reader.

Bill Martin ; Eric Carle Publisher: New York: Juvenile audience: English View all editions and formats Summary: Children see a variety of animals, each one a different color, and a mother looking at them.

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Bill Martin ; Eric Carle. English View all editions and formats. Bears -- Juvenile fiction. View all subjects. Similar Items. Read the poem together. Why do authors depict animals in nontraditional colors?

When is it a good idea to do this, and when is it a better idea to use the natural colors of animals? Write each sentence from the book on a sentence strip. Place in random order in a pocket chart.

Have children place the sentence strips in order to retell the story. Look for opportunities to teach retelling strategies—for example, using the pictures in the book as sequencing clues. Invite children to draw pictures of each character to match the sentence strips.

Display the sentence strips and pictures as a learning center for children to use independently or with partners. Cut tagboard into 3- by 3-inch squares. Each child will need 11 squares. They can write a number on the back of each square to correspond to the sequence of story events.

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Punch a hole at the top of each square and have children string their pictures on yarn in the order they appear in the book. A bead in between each square helps to make the necklace more attractive and easier to read and use. Tie the yarn to secure.


Children can use these necklaces to help retell the story, reinforcing sequencing and oral language skills! Use the names to set up a bar graph.

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Cut construction paper into squares. Choose colors that match those in the book brown, red, yellow, blue, green, purple, white, black, and gold. Invite students to choose a construction paper square in the color that represents their favorite character. Have them write their name on the paper and place it on the graph in the appropriate section.

Which character did our class like the most?

Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See?

What Do You See? Take field trips and invite guest speakers into the classroom to learn more about your community and its focal points.See all Editorial Reviews. Refresh and try again. Skip this list.

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