Brown Bear Brown Bear Sequencing

This Brown Bear, Brown Bear sequencing activity is a great way to have preschoolers and kindergarteners practice ordering events.

Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? is one of my favorite books to add to our story sequencing activities. Its predictable text and classic illustrations make this story a classic in early childhood classrooms and personal libraries.

Story sequencing is perfect for building important early learning skills with your preschool and kindergarten kiddos.

Brown Bear Brown Bear Sequencing

These free preschool printables will help little ones practice ordering the sequence of events and build reading comprehension skills too. 

Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See?

In this story, a big happy frog, a plump purple cat, a handsome blue horse, and a soft yellow duck parade across the pages.

If you don’t have a copy of your own, you can share this video with your children:


There are two versions of this sequencing activity. One is a color version, and the other is black and white.

I like to print the color version on cardstock and laminate the pages for durability. I cut out the sequencing discs and put a velcro dot on the back of each one. I put the other half of the velcro dot on each circle on the sequencing mat.

If using the black and white version, I print on regular printer paper. The kids can color the pictures and cut/paste them onto the sequencing mat.


You can use the laminated version in your literacy centers or as an individual activity.

The cut/paste version can be used as seat work. Kids can sequence the story as you read it aloud or share the video above.

When complete, have children retell the story aloud to a friend or family member. This is a great way to assess their comprehension skills.

There are so many fun activities you can do alongside a reading of Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? Check out a few of my favorites:

What could be more fun than learning colors with these Brown Bear Brown Bear activities? They’re perfect for your toddlers, preschoolers, and young learners.

Teddy bear toast is a quick and easy breakfast or snack for preschoolers. Encourage your little ones to eat a healthy treat with toast that looks like a bear.

This H is for Horse craft is the perfect craft for this lesson. You could make it blue like the one in the book.

These shapes and colors matching rocks are an entertaining way for parents and educators to engage preschoolers in fun learning activities.

Have fun while developing skills! The Brown Bear Puzzle Pairs teaches problem-solving, colors, basic educational concepts, and enhances fine motor skills.

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