Teddy Bear Writing Activity for Kids
Learning Objective: Write and illustrate a sentence about your teddy bear.
- Your teddy bear
- Teddy Bear Writing printable
Directions for Teddy Bear Writing Activity for Kids
1. Select your favorite teddy bear. Talk about what it has.
My teddy bear has
a fluffy tummy
a pink blanket
a baby bear
2. Choose one item that your bear has and draw a picture about it.
3. Write your sentence.
*I encourage inventive spelling with my young children. This means, they sound out the words and write down the sounds they hear. As they become more confident writers, then I work on correct spelling. For now, the goal is to get ideas onto paper.
- Write 2 sentences.
- Challenge your child to use a describing word
- Have your child say the words and write them down for them.
- Assemble all the papers together and make a Teddy Bear Class book (thanks Jodie for the suggestion!)
|2 1/2 year old Teddy Bear Writing Activity Sample|
My teddy bear has a pink blanket.
|5 1/2 year old Teddy Bear Writing Activity Sample|
My teddy bear has a hole.
|9 Year old Teddy Bear Writing Activity Sample|
My teddy bear has a baby. Her name is Cici.
When you are done writing, make sure to cook your teddy bears some lunch.
They are hungry!
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