Literature 1: "Bear Hunt Sensory Bags" Bags are filled with different materials to represent the wavy grass, water, snow, etc. This activity allows children to connect with the story because they can see and feel the materials. It extends the book's atmosphere.

Literature 1: "Bear Hunt Sensory Bags" Bags are filled with different materials to represent the wavy grass, water, snow, etc. This activity allows children to connect with the story because they can see and feel the materials. It extends the book's atmosphere.

Sensory Steps. Just glue plastic, wash clothes, make-up sponges, fur fabric, squishy wash netting, etc to cardboard. When it dries, cut around edges. Glue shelf liner on the other side. And you are done. Enjoy hours of activities!

Sensory Steps. Just glue plastic, wash clothes, make-up sponges, fur fabric, squishy wash netting, etc to cardboard. When it dries, cut around edges. Glue shelf liner on the other side. And you are done. Enjoy hours of activities!

Bear hunt tough spot idea! The children loved playing and rebelling the story, also a lovely sensory activity. I used grass, a bowl of water, some mud, twigs, hamster bedding and glitter (!!) and made a cave using a loo roll and newspaper. The writing was just chalk straight onto the tray :)

Bear hunt tough spot idea! The children loved playing and rebelling the story, also a lovely sensory activity. I used grass, a bowl of water, some mud, twigs, hamster bedding and glitter (!!) and made a cave using a loo roll and newspaper. The writing was just chalk straight onto the tray :)

Make a Cave for the dramatic play area when teaching about animals that hibernate in winter!!! Love it!

Make a Cave for the dramatic play area when teaching about animals that hibernate in winter!!! Love it!

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