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We're Going on a Bear Hunt! (Written and performed on a bear hunt. We're going to catch a big one. tvnovellas.info We're going on a bear hunt. (Pat legs to the rhythm of the story). We're going to catch a big one. What a beautiful day! (Look up in the air with arms extended). Long wavy grass. A deep cold river. Thick oozy mud. A big dark forest. A swirling whirling snowstorm. A narrow gloomy cave.
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Fegan is a multi-award-winning author who has written a Explore the tactile grid and discuss what each symbol represents. As the student to repeat the sequence that the characters find the obstacles in the book. Starting at the House in Row 7, column 1, determine the quickest route to the first obstacle grass.
How many squares and in which direction do you move to reach the square with the grass? Place an up arrow in the square between the house and the grass and place a second arrow in the square with the grass. For some students, initially it might be easier to 'finger walk' to the grass. Once the student finds the squares with the house and the grass, have him 'walk' his index finger and middle finger from the square with the house, to the blank square above the house, and then to the square with the grass.
Repeat the activity to move from the grass to the second obstacle river and to complete the route to the cave. When done, ask the student to repeat the entire route while double checking his work, starting at the house and ending at the cave. Be sure that the student states the direction of the arrow and how many arrows for each portion of the route. Example: "Starting at the house, up arrow, up arrow to the grass" or two up arrows.