Children seem to be completely fascinated by bears and hibernation. For that matter, we grown-ups are pretty enchanted by the idea of sleeping all winter–missing out on the cold months, getting to Actually Rest (when did we decide that ability was something we could do without? I don’t know about you, but the older I get the less sleep I get and the more I Need Sleep. It’s a conundrum).
And it is definitely that time of year, my friends. The excitement of the holidays is just about over and Real Winter is about to set in. Even my mama down in Florida is starting to mutter about long-sleeved shirts. (Poor thing.) It’s dark. It’s cold. It’s… boring? Whatever, I’d rather sleep.
Free Printable Hibernation Unit Study and Bear Unit Study
Lots of animals hibernate for the winter; not just bears. So for you, my lovely readers, I have a printable Hibernation Mini Unit to teach your littles about what it means to ‘go to sleep’ for the winter. And just because I love ya, there’s also a free printable unit about bears.
If you want to delve deeper than that a short unit, check out some of this cool stuff!
Other Unit Studies
What to Read Wednesday
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