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Read the classic "Polar Bear, Polar Bear what do you Hear?" by Bill Martin Jr. and Eric Carle plus read the beautiful "A Polar Bear Journey" by Debbie S. Miller then create this cute Polar Bear with a styrofoam cup, paper and googly eyes. Perfect for a winter story time or classroom lesson.

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Paper Bag Frog Puppet Kids Craft

This Paper Bag Frog Kids Craft goes great with Five Green and Speckled Frogs or when learning about the letter F in preschool. Free arm and legs pattern included. from iheartcraftythings.com

The Very Hungry Caterpillar... Great connections to literature, could also be used as connection to science, butterfly life cycle!

Oh my gosh!! We are doing circus animals this week and one of the days we are talking about elephants. Sooo cute!!......Horton Hears a Who. Could also work with Dumbo.

Cute for Scarecrow week: have them paint bags first (mouth), then glue on buttons and hair and nose and finally the hat

Very cute for Dr. Seuss Day. This would be great for the younger kids to do on our reading night! (Jaime)

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Dr Seuss Inspired - Easy Fox {Kid Craft

Dr Seuss Inspired - Easy Fox {Kid Craft}