All You Need is Love!



I know I just did a MEGA giveaway, but I am LOVING this FUN giveaway that I'm joining in! Some of my favorite bloggy friends are doing a little "All You Need is Love" giveaway, and were' each giving away something different, and you keep on hopping to each blog and entering - they're all different entries!


It's jammed pack with TONS of good stuff!

67 pages
 Activities include:
Sequencing

Tree Map - is, can, do for both Bear in the story and nonfiction bears

Sentence Scramble

More book study pages

Non-Fiction Student Reader
Picture Dictionary with vocabulary cards for the book and the hibernation unit

Label a Bear with caption activity

Show what you know!
Compare and contrast - spring/winter bears and two different books
Writing extensions
Noun, Verb, adjective sort with cut and paste activity

Bear Facts writing pages
Extra Story Review Pages

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74 comments

Anonymous said...

Winter :)

My Kindergarten Kids said...

I teach hibernation in the winter! :)
My Kindergarten Kids

Cecilia said...

When I can get to it, I teach about it in the winter.
cbartram@kitcarsonschool.com

Marianna Dunn said...

Winter! Even though our science timeline has us teaching about animals in the spring...we sneak hibernation in where it belongs! :)

Ashley Sanderson said...

winter :) before christmas.
ashleysanderson1@hotmail.com

Mrs.Randa said...

Winter!

krystalranda@gmail.com

Special Teacher for Special Kids said...

We do it in Winter ANd in SPring. In Winter they get Ready for hibernation and in the Spring we have a party that hiberantion is over and all the animals come out of their dens!

Iteachkidsabc@gmail.com
:o) V.
Special Teacher for Special Kids

Jen R said...

what a fun idea!

Unknown said...

I feel lucky! Kimchaiken@gmail.com

Unknown said...

Winter! After break..

msemmasedventure@gmail.com

Emma

Raevers said...

I usually have a bear unit in the Fall

Thanks! pcolagal1963@gmail.com

manakans said...

I talk about hibernation in the winter... we love the book Bear Snores On!

Maria
manakans@hotmail.com

Lori R said...

I teach it in late fall.

1stgradefireworks said...

winter!
wendy
1stgradefireworks

Unknown said...

winter!

dainaroberts@live.com

Jenni Taylor said...

winter and spring

Unknown said...

Ooo, ooo, ooo, I want to win! I teach a hibernation unit NEXT WEEK! I just found your cute blog via the giveaway! So thrilled to be a new follower!

Kindergarten Kidlets

Unknown said...

I LOVE this book! I would use this next fall, for sure. I probably wouldn't be able to wait that long, so I may use it in the spring to kick off Spring and wake up the bears! And, since it is my birthday today, this would be a GREAT way to end a GREAT day! :)

alwayskindergarten said...

In the Winter!
-Andrea
simmonsa1@sfusd.edu
cielobella@aol.com

Megan Horman said...

Winter!
Megan
mhorman@north-cedar.k12.ia.us

ksteacher81 said...

I teach hibernation in the spring when we learn about habitats.
Ruthanne rarace81@gmail.com

The Four on Board said...

We do both the winter and spring, to explain and give timing to both parts

Ellen said...

I teach hibernation in the fall.

L. Ott said...

I teach hibernation in the fall. Linda lott@telus.net

Elizabeth Polston said...

Winter!

Unknown said...

Usually late winter to early spring, but depends upon curriculum map.

Unknown said...

I teach hibernation in the winter!
~Sue
Science for Kids Blog

Mrs. Brown said...

I teach hibernation in winter. Thanks so much!

kellybrown28021@gmail.com

Maria Eshman said...

I teach hibernation in late fall/early winter. :)
Great giveaway!!! THanks!

Maria
eshman.m@norwoodschools.org

Lisa said...

I teach hibernation in winter. :)

nbooe said...

We usually get to it in late winter, but we have some hibernation read-aloud in fall.

Surfing into First Grade said...

I teach it in the winter, I usually do it around ground hogs day.

Rachel said...

I teach it in the winter!

Halle said...

I'm all about teaching hibernation in the winter because sometimes I wish I could hibernate through January and wake up when it's warm!

Halle
Across the Hall in 2nd Grade

Lindsey said...

I teach hibernationin the winter.
lfielder@fortsmithschools.org

Unknown said...

I homeschool so we haven't covered that yet.

lorawebster said...

Always in the winter, usually around Groundhog's Day. I have had your unit in my wishlist for quite a while now!
Lora
teaching the littles

beebeetwins said...

Just got the book !!

Unknown said...

I teach it in the fall!
Julene Hoffman
jhoffman143@yahoo.com

Homeschooling 4 The Fun Of It Admin said...

In the spring time when the animals are coming out to eat. :)
Thanks.
jswork1@gmail.com

Heather S. said...

I teach about hibernation in the winter.

Heather Salsman
teachingthroughturbulence@gmail.com

Brianne said...

I teach hibernation in Winter!
bl3982@yahoo.com

Jennifer Jenkins Vukosic said...

I teach hibernation in the winter.

Jen
jeneratorj@gmail.com

Cathy VerSteeg said...

We do it in the winter! As part of our polar unit, we learn about hibernation, migration, and adaptation

Thanks for the opportunity to win! :)

cathy@missversteeg.com

Liz M. said...

I teach hibernation in the winter! Fingers crossed, would love to add your unit to what I already have on this theme.

susan said...

Usually in the winter.

susanlulu said...

I teach it in the winter.
susanlulu@yahoo.com

Unknown said...

I teach it in the winter.

idreamof1@aol.com

Stacy
Live Love Laugh and Teach!

Suzy Q said...

Must be the only teacher in the world who doesn't teach hibernation! But I talk about it with Groundhog's Day.

tokyoshoes (at) hotmail (dot) com

First Grade Carousel said...

I just finished my unit on how animals survive the winter which included hibernation. Next year I would like to teach hibernation in the late fall.
firstgradecarousel@gmail.com
Maria
First Grade Carousel

sidquince said...

I teach it in the spring

Unknown said...

This year the spring. But I've taught it in all three. It just depends on how we're choosing to go through our science curriculum.

Anonymous said...

I don't usually get to teach a whole unit, but I do talk about hibernation throughout fall and winter when it presents itself.

Karen
anappleadayinfirstgrade.blogspot.com

Kathy said...

I am your newest official follower! I always visit but did not realize I had not signed up. Great giveaway! Good luck everyone!

Kathy said...

I teach hibernation in the winter :)

Yvonnee said...

Winter! Thanks for the opportunity.
yvonneeyrg@gmail.com

Christina Marie said...

Winter!

Christina :)
Apples, Books, and Crayons
applesbooksandcrayons@gmail.com

lifelearn37 said...

We start in the winter and finish up in the spring.

lifelearn37 said...

Winter

Carrie H said...

I taught it in Winter this year, but I am a first year teacher, so I might do it differently next year!

Lisa Mattes said...

Winter....
Thanks for the opportunity, Jen!
Smiles - Lisa
Growing Firsties

Beki Moore said...

Winter Thanks for the giveaway!

♥ Owl in a Vowel Tree ♥ said...

In the winter...fab giveaway :)

Unknown said...

Since I teach special education students, hibernation is not a part of my curriculum.

~Traci
The Bender Bunch

Jen said...

winter

jennifer.agolino@yahoo.com

Unknown said...

I want to teach it in the fall...but usually it doesn't happen until winter (Groundhog's Day)

Terri Izatt
KinderKapers

tt said...

HI, I normally do it now, tied in with light and shadows a bit, but we don't have a set unit for these activities. I love the idea of all your activities for a book study during literacy time. Always looking for activities such as these.
cheers
Tama

Unknown said...

I teach hibernation in the Winter. love teaching about animals, and most students love this topic!

Unknown said...

Usually teach in the Winter.

laurengibbs327@yahoo.com

dbednars said...

winter! dbednarsk@yahoo.com

Unknown said...

winter and spring! cindyw98@aol.com

Jay Pea said...

Usually winter! Love the giveaway!
Jana
Jprowell11@gmail.com

Stacy said...

I usually do it during winter or what is suppose to be winter here in Florida.

✰ Stacy

Simpson Superstars

Unknown said...

I teach it in the fall, and build it until beginning of winter. :) My kids love the book "Bear snores on!"

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