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Submitted by Bruce Faanes "I see you, too. Seal River, MB. #shootthelight#CanonUSA" — with Adriana Garcia and Andyceci Delgado.

Submitted by Bruce Faanes "I see you, too. — with Adriana Garcia and Andyceci Delgado.

Polar Bear Cookies are a frozen fun winter-themed kids treat or holiday party dessert Easy chocolate dipped recipe to make with kids of all ages. #kidsfood #dessert #holidayrecipes

Easy Polar Bear Cookies

Polar Bear Cookies are a frozen fun winter-themed kids treat or holiday party dessert Easy chocolate dipped recipe to make with kids of all ages. #kidsfood #dessert #holidayrecipes

Promoting Success: Polar Bear Activities for the Classroom

Free Polar Bear Activities and Ideas

Read the classic "Polar Bear, Polar Bear what do you Hear?" by Bill Martin Jr. and Eric Carle plus read the beautiful "A Polar Bear Journey" by Debbie S. Miller then create this cute Polar Bear with a styrofoam cup, paper and googly eyes.

Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? :KindergartenWorks: retell literacy center activity -

Retell Literacy Center Activity - Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear

KindergartenWorks: retell literacy center activity - Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear? -Have stuffed animals/beanie babies or pictures to denote the animals used

"Polar Bear, Polar Bear" - bear made from shaving cream and glue - good for winter unit

"Polar Bear, Polar Bear" - bear made from shaving cream and glue - good for winter unit or PUDDING!

North Pole-R Bear Cupcakes - These sweet creatures traveled all the way from the North Pole just in time for the holidays. Turn your cupcakes into cute polar bears with a little help from marshmallows, flaked coconut and candy eyeballs. Get the kids to help, just don’t blink or they’ll be gone! This is a great project for beginner decorators.

North Pole-R Bear Cupcakes - These sweet creatures traveled all the way from the North Pole just in time for the holidays. Turn your cupcakes into cute polar bears with a little help from marshmallows, flaked coconut and candy eyeballs. Get the kids to help, just don’t blink or they’ll be gone! This is a great project for beginner decorators.

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