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Polar Bear in the Paint. Adapted by Kristina Sica. There once lived a very friendly polar bear. Who loved to get into trouble. One day, he came across a painter who was painting a fence. It looked like fun, so he decided to give it a try. .

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Polar Bear in the Paint

Adapted by Kristina Sica


There once lived a very friendly polar bear. Who loved to get into trouble.


One day, he came across a painter who was painting a fence. It looked like fun, so he decided to give it a try.


On Monday, He dipped his paw into the red paint and he was red all day.


That night, the children came and the Polar Bear did his tricks. The children clapped their hands and stomped their feet and said, “polar bear, Polar Bear, your color’s to bright. We liked you best when you were white.”


On Tuesday, he dipped his paw into the orange paint, and he was orange all day.


That night, the children came and the Polar Bear did his tricks. The children clapped their hands and stomped their feet and said, “polar bear, Polar Bear, your color’s to bright. We liked you best when you were white.”


On Wednesday, he dipped his paw into yellow paint and he was yellow all day.


That night, the children came and the Polar Bear did his tricks. The children clapped their hands and stomped their feet and said, “polar bear, Polar Bear, your color’s to bright. We liked you best when you were white.”


On Thursday, he dipped his paw into green paint and he was green all day.


That night, the children came and the Polar Bear did his tricks. The children clapped their hands and stomped their feet and said, “polar bear, Polar Bear, your color’s to bright. We liked you best when you were white.”


On Friday, he dipped his paw into blue paint and he was blue all day.


That night, the children came and the Polar Bear did his tricks. The children clapped their hands and stomped their feet and said, “polar bear, Polar Bear, your color’s to bright. We liked you best when you were white.”


On Saturday, he dipped his paw into the purple paint and he was purple all day.


That night, the children came and the Polar Bear did his tricks. The children clapped their hands and stomped their feet and said, “polar bear, Polar Bear, your color’s to bright. We liked you best when you were white.”


On Sunday, the polar bear looked at the children. He jumped into the water and swam down as far as he could. Finally, he climbed out.


The children clapped their hands and stomped their feet and said, “Polar bear, polar bear, your color’s just right. We love you, polar Bear, so pretty and white.


Parts of the story and Photos were found through Google image search, referenced from the following sites…

  • www.rockomaha.com

  • www.solarnavigator.net

  • www.blogs.nature.com

  • www.tsl.state.tx.us

  • www.thesolutionsite.com/lesson/17058/mixture.doc

  • Adapted by; Kristina Sica 1/7/2008


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