Preschool Hibernation Games



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Teddy Bear Hunt
Submitted by Jenny
Hide Teddy Bears (either students or classes) all over the classroom and let the children try to find them.
Rank the Bears
Submitted by Ginger
Have a day where children bring their teddy bears to class. You can then rank then have the kids rank them by height, weight, fluffiness, firmness, cutest, cuddliest, fastest, funniest, most lovable, etc.
Party Hat Match
Submitted by Dorlesta
Create about six to eight bears on boards. Have each bear with a different colored shirt. Then create hats the same colors as the bears shirts. The kids will love to match them up.
Bear Cave
Submitted by Candy
Create a bear cave right before Christmas break. Then talk about hibernation. Put a stuffed bear in the cave and say that the bear is resting so it will be able to play when they get back
Hibernation Party
Submitted by Tina
Let the children hibernate one day. They can come to class in their pajamas (tell them to bring their teddy bears). You can make dens out of pillows and blankets. For snack serve food shaped like bears (pancakes, Jell-O, sandwiches, toast, or cookies).
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