Little Red Bear enjoys searching for honey and other things with his keen nose and hearing. Sometimes, being a bear, he has to work a little harder using only his eyes to find what he is looking for. To get better at searching with his eyes, he makes a game of it and thought you might like to practice and have some fun, too.
How many of the different objects Little Red Bear has included in the pictures below can you find? There is no hurry, so take your time and find every one. Little Red Bear will give you the number to search for so you know when you have found them all. He knows you will. Some might be hiding though, so look carefully!
Birds can be all colors and can be seen in the air, in trees and bushes, hopping on the ground and even in the water searching for fish or taking a bath. Can you find the twenty birds in this picture?
Seeing wildlife in nature can sometimes be a tricky business, as Mother Nature camouflages many to protect them and help them to move about nearly unseen, blending perfectly into their backgrounds. Winter can be especially tricky when white animals blend into the snow and their natural surroundings. Can you find the nineteen animals in this picture? How many can you identify and name?
Bears come in many different shapes, sizes, and colors around the world. One of the most common bears in the United States is the Black Bear, which despite its name, can come in colors of black, brown, cinnamon, blond, bluish-grey, or even white. Little Red Bear is a rusty, reddish-brown in color, kind of orange, red, and brown “all stirred and smushed together”, as he likes to say. His friend Cinnamon Charlie got his name from the color of his fur, a brownish cinnamon color.
How many bears can you find in this picture? Have you ever seen a bear fishing with a fishing pole before? Little Red Bear does and makes his own bamboo poles!
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