We love reading Eric Carle books! One of my kids’ absolute favorites is The Grouchy Ladybug. That’s been a huge hit in our family. (Secretly, I think they like the grouchiness.) But one of the other books we love is Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear?
These wild animal notebooking pages are a simple way to introduce kids to these animals as you read the book! Read on to see how to get your copy absolutely free!
Don’t miss our other animal notebooking pages, including our free Polar Animals Notebooking Pages and our Sea Monsters Notebooking Pages!
Polar Bear What Do You Hear Printable Animal Notebooking Pages
We’re linking up with iHomeschool Network again today to offer a great set of printable animal notebooking pages! Today several of iHN’s bloggers are sharing activities for Eric Carle books, so we decided to focus on the book Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear?.
Throughout the book, several kids get to act out the parts of wild animals such as polar bears, walruses, peacocks, and zebras, including making the correct animal sounds. To help our young kids work on identifying wild animals and learning about them, we put together a free set of wild animal notebooking pages called “Animals Gone Wild!”
To use this pack, you’ll need the following:
- Printer (with ink)
- Printer paper
- Laminator (if you want to laminate the flashcards)
In this pack, you’ll find notebooking pages for eight animals, including:
- Polar Bear
Each notebooking page includes spaces for the average lifespan and weight of each animal, as well as their native habitats, diets, and species names. You’ll also find links where you can locate the information for each fact. Younger kids can get in on the action with animal flashcards, including a set of blank cards for them to practice naming each animal.
To download your free copy of “Animals Gone Wild”, click the image or the link below!
>>>>> Wild Animal Notebooking Pages <<<<<
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This post is part of the “Homeschooling with Eric Carle” linkup from iHomeschool Network! Click on over to find out what activities our fellow bloggers are sharing today!