This activity is a clever way to introduce children to the concept of being outside or inside.
It utilizes the image of a cave along with directions about being, “In,” “Out,” “Out and In,” or, “Out and Out.”
Students are given little paper bears that can be placed upon the picture of the caves to follow the directions. They can place one bear, “In,” the cave, for example, where requested, and then have a bear, “Out,” and one bear, “In,” of the cave for the part that says, “Out and In.”
Students can come up with their own variations as well that you can discuss with them, such as having 2 of the paper bears, “Out,” and one, “In,” or other fun differing ideas!
Caves and Bears
Below are the sheets with the caves that have different directions and assorted paper bears. Everything can be laminated so that it lasts for multiple playtimes!
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