We’re Going on a Bear Hunt is a popular children’s book loved by all! This is such a fun book to act out loud and play out each line in the story. This book makes a great activity for little ones. If you love this book as much as we do, you may want to do a fun themed unit while reading this book. We’ve rounded up lots of Going on a Bear Hunt FREE Printables and Crafts.
There are so many great FREE resources available that go along well with this book.
We’re Going on a Bear Hunt Story Board Printable Poster from Making Learning Fun
We’re Going on a Bear Hunt Coloring Page from Super Coloring Pages
Going on a Bear Hunt Coloring Sheets from Early Learning HQ
Going on a Bear Hunt Story Strip Printables from LWP Printables
We’re Going on a Bear Hunt Printable Word Mats from Early Learning HQ
We’re Going on a Bear Hunt Printable Play Dough Mats from Early Learning HQ
We’re Going on a Bear Hunt Lapbook Printables from Homeschool Share
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