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Paw Pooh Bear's Stoutness Exercise:
Pooh Bear, Pooh Bear turn around.
Pooh Bear, Pooh Bear touch the ground.
Pooh Bear, Pooh Bear reach up high.
Pooh Bear, Pooh Bear touch the sky.
Pooh Bear, Pooh Bear bend down low.
Pooh Bear, Pooh Bear touch your toe.

Paw Rabbit's Hole:
Trace and pre-cut Rabbit out of poster board. The children can color him with markers or crayons. Glue him on the top of a tongue depressor. Cut a slit in the bottom of a paper cup, large enough for the tongue depressor to go through. Pull the tongue depressor down so that Rabbit is in his hole. Then pop him up to look out.

Paw Pooh Bear Says:
Play the game like "Simon says". Wiggle your nose, touch your ears, clap your paws…etc.

Paw Fingerplay:
Here is the beehive (make fist)
Where are the bees?
Hiding inside where nobody sees.
Look! Here they come out of the hive…
1-2-3-4-5 (lift each finger)
Bzzzzzzzzzz!

Additional activity for the rhyme above: turn a small bowl-shaped plastic tub upside down and cut off the bottom. It's supposed to be the hive with about an 8 inch hole at the top. Make five bees cut from poster board and attached paper clips. The children fish for bees in the hive, using a dowel with 18" of twine attached to a strong magnet. Cloth tape is good for securing the magnet to the twine. Take turns fishing out the bees, while all counting 1-2-3-4-5 as the bees are caught.

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