Teddy Bears

This Teddy Bears lesson plan also includes:

When you're feeling down, give your teddy bear a hug! Scholars take part in the cuddliest grand conversation about a teddy bear best friend. They discuss how a teddy bear can provide support when they're not happy—much like children did when the September 11th attacks occurred. Learners then create their own teddy bear out of paper, decorate it, and donate it to a charity. 

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CCSS: Designed
Instructional Ideas
  • Invite pupils to bring in their favorite item that gives them comfort and share its importance to the class 
  • If applicable, give class members a teddy bear pattern to trace for practice and time saving purposes 
  • Bring in a teddy bear for the class to cuddle when they feel sad, upset, or afraid 
Classroom Considerations
  • Inform parents and guardians of the topic to prepare them for adidional questions that may arise at home 
Pros
  • The lesson sparks an open dialogue about feelings 
  • Detailed background knowldges is provided 
Cons
  • Beware of broken links