Is it a black bear or a grizzly/brown bear. Don't be confused by color or size. Know how to tell one bear species from another!

Is it a black bear or a grizzly/brown bear. Don't be confused by color or size. Know how to tell one bear species from another!

Roll a Rainbow of Animals Free Math Game- great to use with Brown Bear #backtoschool #brownbear

Roll a Rainbow of Animals Free Math Game- great to use with Brown Bear #backtoschool #brownbear

Pocket Chart activity...students could read the sentences first on the pocket chart, then do the worksheet

Pocket Chart activity...students could read the sentences first on the pocket chart, then do the worksheet

Easy Science for Kids All About Brown Bears - The Grizzlies. Learn more about Brown Bears with our Fun Science Facts for Kids Website on Brown Bears.

Easy Science for Kids All About Brown Bears - The Grizzlies. Learn more about Brown Bears with our Fun Science Facts for Kids Website on Brown Bears.

Brown Bear - Photoshop-Work / Brown Bear https://www.facebook.com/FotostyleSchindler / After/Before - http://workupload.com/file/axLCyBzz

Brown Bear - Photoshop-Work / Brown Bear https://www.facebook.com/FotostyleSchindler / After/Before - http://workupload.com/file/axLCyBzz

bear | Brown bear videos, photos and facts - Ursus arctos - ARKive

bear | Brown bear videos, photos and facts - Ursus arctos - ARKive

5 Interesting Facts About The Brown Bear

5 interesting facts about the Brown Bear

3 Simple Tricks to Help You Communicate More Effectively

Cave Bear Fang Fossil from the Pleistocene age found in Romania.   The Cave Bear (Ursus spelaeus) became extinct at the beginning of the Last Glacial age about 27,500 years ago. Both the name Cave Bear and the scientific name spelaeus derive from the fact that fossils of this species were mostly found in caves, indicating that this species spent more time in caves than the Brown Bear, which only uses caves for hibernation.

Cave Bear Fang Fossil from the Pleistocene age found in Romania. The Cave Bear (Ursus spelaeus) became extinct at the beginning of the Last Glacial age about 27,500 years ago. Both the name Cave Bear and the scientific name spelaeus derive from the fact that fossils of this species were mostly found in caves, indicating that this species spent more time in caves than the Brown Bear, which only uses caves for hibernation.

Brown Bear Facts: Animals of North America

Brown Bear Facts: Animals of North America

Feared for their large sizes and incredible strength, these bears rely more on berries and fish and attack more out of fear and territory.

I have students make these brown bears when we study about omnivores. They glue in the type of teeth the bear has and write facts and examples of an omnivore.  What a great visual!

Carnivore, Herbivore, & Omnivore Craftivities and Activities

I have students make these brown bears when we study about omnivores. They glue in the type of teeth the bear has and write facts and examples of an omnivore. What a great visual!

Encyclopaedia of Babies of Beautiful Wild Animals: The Brown Bear Cub lessons after hibernation

Encyclopaedia of Babies of Beautiful Wild Animals: The Brown Bear Cub lessons after hibernation

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