Here is a DOG AND BEAR story time activity kit, filled with songs, recipes, word play, games, projects, puppets, plays, and tons of fun.
Just print and have fun!
ATTENTION TEACHERS AND LIBRARIANS:
Here is a printable PDF of my “About the Author” booklet, produced by my wonderful publisher, Roaring Brook Press. In it, you will find projects based on most of my books along with lots of other fun stuff.
Hey kids! Learn to draw Bear, from DOG AND BEAR. Here are the instructions:
FOR TEACHERS, PARENTS, CHILDREN:
Here is a DOG AND BEAR script for “Reader’s Theater”, prepared by the wonderful Judy Freeman, who holds workshops and performs for teachers all over the U.S. Thanks Judy!
(View below or click on this link to download:)
A Reader’s Theater Script for
Dog and Bear: Two’s Company
(For grades K-2.)
Adapted from “Ice Cream,” a chapter in Dog and Bear: Two’s Company, written and illustrated by Laura Vaccaro Seeger, Roaring Brook Press, 2008. Reader’s Theater adaptation by Judy Freeman; reprinted with permission of the publisher, Roaring Brook Press.
ROLES: Dog, Bear
NOTE: This is a two-person play. Have your children break into pairs to act this out together. Then have them do it again, switching parts.
DOG: I am very angry with you, Bear. I am running away.
BEAR: All right, Dog. Go ahead.
DOG: I am packing my bones.
BEAR: You do that.
DOG: I am packing my sticks.
BEAR: Of course you are.
DOG: I am packing all my toys.
BEAR: Don’t forget this one.
DOG: I am packing each and every one of my books.
BEAR: That’s good. I know how much you enjoy them.
DOG: Goodbye, Bear.
BEAR: Goodbye, Dog. I suppose you won’t be staying for ice cream.
DOG: Ice cream? Well, maybe I’ll stay fort just a bit.
BEAR: I’m glad.
DOG: Me too.