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Newcomers learning to camp saw a black bear and her cubs. The bears were far away. They took pictures of the bears.
Photo – Parks Canada
Newcomers to Canada enjoy learning about camping and wildlife.
Last year we went camping. We camped in a national park.
We woke up very early. We went bird watching. We didn’t see any birds.
We saw a black bear and her cubs!
We were very surprised.
The bears were far away from us.
We were very quiet.
Read the story and do the exercise.
Notes for teachers
A baby black bear learns the ropes
Bear cubs and sow at watering hole
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Story adapted from The Vancouver Sun by Patty Bossort
You can keep your brain healthy.
Five simple ways to keep your brain healthy:
Read the story and learn the vocabulary.
Reading by: Patty Bossort