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This collection of bear printables is perfect for preschool and kindergarten students. You’ll find worksheets featuring bears, polar bears, counting bears, and more.
Kids love bears. Teddy bears, polar bears, and brown bears. Rainbow bear counters are a favorite hands-on math manipulative in early learning classrooms.
The bear printables featured in this collection focus on all of the above plus some of our favorite bear-themed picture books. Which one will you start with?
33 Preschool Bear Printables
Each of these bear printables is free and designed to work on specific preschool and early learning skills. Which one will you try first?
5 Preschool Polar Bear Printables
Little ones will work on their fine motor skills as they complete this Polar Bear Do-A-Dot Letter P Printable.
Pull out your favorite polar bear mini erasers, and your little ones will have fun with these Printable Polar Bear Counting Cards.
Get kids moving with this Polar Bear Growls Dice Printable.
If you love lapbooks like we do, you don’t want to miss this Giant Pandas Lapbook.
This 30+ page Polar Bear Preschool Packet contains activities that teach and reinforce basic preschool skills.
10 Preschool Bears Printables
Preschoolers will practice counting, writing, and identifying numbers 1-20 with these Bears Counting Worksheets.
Your little ones will have so much fun playing hide and see with this Printable Bear Number Game. This simple game will help you work on number recognition and numerical order.
This Bear Do-a-Dot Printable encourages young learners to fine tune their fine motor skills and builds the muscles in their little hands.
This Bird Seed Bear Craft for Kids is so unique. Each one will be unique to your child’s vision as it is open-ended with no right or wrong way to do it.
This simple craft encourages little ones to Build a Shape Bear with Free Templates. If your little ones glue the shapes to a paper bag, they’ll have a Shape Bear puppet.
Set up this Make a Play Dough Teddy Bear invitation to play. The free template will help guide your little ones, but it’s their imagination that will make this activity so much fun.
Storytelling has never been as fun as it will be when your kids tell stories with this cute Teddy Bear Cootie Catcher.
Help children learn to read and spell their names with these Bear Paw Names.
Size Sorting Teddy Bears help little ones work on their visual discrimination skills as they learn to sort household items by size.
Lacing cards are very simple to create, and these Teddy Bear Lacing Cards will help young learners develop their fine motor skills.
8 Printables for Use with Rainbow Bear Counters
If you’ve got different sized rainbow bear counters, you can use them with these Rainbow Bear Size Order Cards.
Rainbow Bear Colors Printables help little ones with color and color words recognition.
Printable Bear Math Patterns help preschoolers work on the concept of patterns, left-to-right progression, and one-to-one correspondence.
These Bear Counter Pattern Strips for Preschoolers take patterning one step further as kids finish and continue patterns on the pattern strips.
Preschool Math with Counting Bears helps young learners practice counting, sorting, patterning, and more.
Balancing Scale Counting Bears Activities encourage preschoolers and kindergarteners to practice one-to-one correspondence, counting, number identification, and more and less.
Introduce your young mathematicians to addition with this set of free Counting Bear Addition Cards.
These Printable Counting Bears Mats are great for teaching colors, color words, and numeral recognition.
10 Book-Based Bear Printables
This pack of Learning Colors with Brown Bear Brown Bear Activities helps preschool and kindergarten students learn colors and color words.
This Brown Bear Brown Bear Printable Language Activity is a fun multi-player game similar to twenty questions. Kids will try to determine which animal is taped to their backs by asking yew or no questions.
Here’s a fun Color Matching Activity for Brown Bear Brown Bear What Do You See that can be done with a cookie sheet and Brown Bear magnets.
This Brown Bear Brown Bear Algorithm Activity will introduce little ones to beginning coding as they build an algorithm based on Brown Bear sequences.
This Bears Snores On Learning Pack contains over 30 pages of learning activities based on the popular Bear Snores On picture book.
Enjoy a free Goldilocks and the Three Bears Pack for students in grades PreK-1. With over 25 pages, these activities focus on beginning math and literacy skills.
Let your little ones retell the story with this We’re Going on a Bear Hunt Sequencing Page. Then, let them make a bear hunt map and binoculars and go on a hunt of their own.
Young readers will enjoy completing this fun Jesse Bear, What Will You Wear? Lapbook which focuses on early math and literacy.
Extend the story with this fun Corduroy Math: Learning with Buttons activity which will have your little ones working on one-to-one correspondence, number recognition, and skip counting.
Preschoolers will work on sorting by size with the printables included in this Bears Story Time for Preschoolers pack.
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