Bear Hunt

Setting:

Sit in front of the audience so they can all see everything you do.

Script:

Would you like to go on a Bear Hunt? OK! Then watch me and do all the things I do and repeat after me all the things I say.

Here we go!

We’re going on a bear hunt!

Everybody march! (Make a marching sound by slapping your knees with your hands, alternating.)

I see a river!

A great, big river!

We can’t go around it!

We can’t go under it!

We can’t go over it!

I guess we’ll have to swim it! (Pretend to swim by rotating your arms. Then resume marching.)

I see a tree!

A great big tree!

We can’t go around it!

We can’t go under it!

We can’t go over it!

I guess we’ll have to climb it! (Pretend to climb, using your arms. When you reach the top, look around, shading your eyes. Climb down and resume marching.)

I see a wheat field!

A great big wheat field!

We can’t go around it!

We can’t go under it!

We can’t go over it!

I guess we’ll have to go through it! (Make the sound of walking through wheat by rubbing your hands together. Resume marching.)

I see a cave!

A great big cave.

We can’t go around it!

We can’t go under it!

We can’t go over it!

I guess we’ll have to go in it! (Feel in front of you as though in the dark.)

It sure is dark in here!

Oh, I feel something! (Go through the motions.)

It’s big!

It’s fuzzy!

I think it’s a bear!

Let’s get out of here fast!

Retrace all the motions hurriedly, (wheat field, tree, and river).

Wow!

We’ve just been on a bear hunt!

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