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

Debbie W. said...

Winter :)

Louanne Jorgenson 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

kranda said...

Winter!

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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. @ The Teachers' Cauldron said...

what a fun idea!

Kim Chaiken said...

I feel lucky! Kimchaiken@gmail.com

Emma Eckert 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 said...

I teach it in late fall.

1stgradefireworks said...

winter!
wendy
1stgradefireworks

Daina Roberts said...

winter!

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Jenni Taylor said...

winter and spring

Mindy 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

Emma Goliff 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! :)

MrsS 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 Sherman Four 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!

Toni Nicholson said...

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

Sue Cahalane said...

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

Mrs. Brown said...

I teach hibernation in winter. Thanks so much!

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Maria Eshman said...

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

Maria
eshman.m@norwoodschools.org

Mrs. Mac 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!

Across the Hall 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

Kristina 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 !!

Julene Hoffman 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 Vukosic said...

I teach hibernation in the winter.

Jen
jeneratorj@gmail.com

Cathy 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

Stacy Renee 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

e Reyes 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.

Karen 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!

thepolkadotowl said...

In the winter...fab giveaway :)

Traci Bender 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

KinderKapers said...

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

Terri Izatt
KinderKapers

Tama Trotti 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

Kathryn Elder said...

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

Lauren Gibbs said...

Usually teach in the Winter.

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dbednars said...

winter! dbednarsk@yahoo.com

cindy winkler said...

winter and spring! cindyw98@aol.com

Jay Pea said...

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

S. Simpson said...

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

✰ Stacy

Simpson Superstars

Melinda Chase 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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