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Two little cubs went out to play,

Over the hill and far away.

They tumbled and rolled in the grass so sweet,

They sniffed around for some honey to eat.

They went back home and curled up in a heep

Then, closed their eyes and went to sleep.


Algy met a bear,                                                                  

A bear met Algy.                                                                 

The bear was bulgy.                                                           

The bulge was Algy.                                                          


I have a little teddy bear

Who goes to bed with me.

Although he cannot say a word,

I like his company.

               --Betty Olgin


A teddy bear is a faithful friend,                                       

You can pick him up at either end.                                   

His fur is the color of breakfast toast.                             

And he’s always there when you need him most.         

                --Marchette Chute 



This little honey bear was playing peek-a-boo,             

Out comes another. Now there are _____.                     

Two little honey bears playing beneath a tree,              

In came another. Now there are _____.                        

Three little honey bears said, “We need one more,”    

In came another. Now there are _____.                          

Four little honey bears said, “Let’s find a beehive.”     

Out popped another. Now there are _____.                   


This little bear has a soft, fur suit,                                    

This little bear acts very cute.                                           

This little bear is bold and cross.                                   

This little bear rests his head on moss,

This little bear likes bacon and honey,                                            

But he can’t buy them. He has no money!                                     

                --52 PROGRAMS FOR PRESCHOOLERS          


The honey drip-dripped,

From a honeybee tree.

Along came a bear,

As hungry as could be.

He sniffed that honey,

And it smelled so sweet,

He thought he’d found

A treat to eat.

But the bees buzz-buzzed,

“Bear, go away!

“Don’t you steal our honey today!” 


Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear

Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair.

So Fuzzy Wuzzy wasn’t fuzzy,

Was he?


Bears, bears, bears


Bears on stairs.

Sitting on chairs.

Collecting fares.

Giving stares.

Washing hairs.

Bears, bears, bears



Here is the cave,

Here is the bear.

Now he comes out,

To get fresh air. 


Old brown bear,

Sleeping in his den.

Little chipmunk tickles him,

And runs home again.


Where is bear? Where is bear?
Here I am. Here I am.
How are you this winter?
Very tired, thank you.
Go to sleep. Go to sleep.
(Have kids shout “WAKE UP BEAR” to do the song again.)


Lots of bears are hibernating, 

Hibernating, hibernating.

Lots of bears are hibernating, 

Sleeping in their dens.


Action Rhyme:

Teddy Bear, Teddy Bear, Turn Around

Going On A Bear Hunt

Little Brown Bear

Two Little Black Bears

Wiggle-Waggle Went the Bear (for infants)



The Other Day, I met a Bear



The Bear Went Over the Mountain

Douglas Mountain

The Teddy Bears’ Picnic

Waltzing with Bears


Flannel Board:

Hello, Goodbye

How Do I Put It On?

Why Mr. Bear Has A Short Tail,  also, TOTLINE, January 1992:12.


Story to Draw:

Teddy Bear Storytime (Scroll down)


Extras:  Teddy Bear -- Ellison Die; Teddy Bears; finger-puppets; Teddy Grahams; Recipes for Storytime--bear cookies; bear food



Bear Snores On, Karma Wilson, c.2002

Country Bear's Good Neighbors, Larry Dane Brimner, c.1988

More offerings-BEARS

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