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Reading/Language Arts

There are several compound words in the story of Berlioz The Bear. How many can you find? Practice your word skills at the Compound Words Activity Page.

An orchestra has four instrument families; Brass, Woodwinds, Strings and Percussion. Put the names of 12 orchestra instruments in alphabetical order on the ABC Activity Page.

 

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Math

Musical notes have value. Notes represent beats of music. Use simple addition on the Count the Beats Activity Page.

 

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Science

At The Bear Den you can find lots of facts about bears. This site has amazing photographs of "bears in the wild."

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Social Studies

Germany is surrounded by nine countries. Can you name the countries that share a border with Germany? Go to the Map Activity Page to see if you have the correct answers.

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Music/Art/Drama

On the last page of the book, Berlioz is looking at the music for " The Flight of the Bumblebee" by Rimski-Korsakov. Listen to the melody as you move to the music.

When you visit The Stage you will find all types of musical instruments. Click on any instrument to learn more about it.

Jan Brett shares her helpful drawing tips as you learn to draw a bear's face.

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