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We’re Going on a Bear Hunt Stick Puppets

Bear Hunt Stick Puppets

About This Primary Resource

A selection of printable stick puppets based on characters from We’re Going on Bear Hunt, perfect for using in small world play (also see our small world play backdrop).

Please note this resource is unofficial and has been designed using original ELHQ artwork. It has not been endorsed by the author or publisher and is meant purely as a supplement to the story. We’re Going on a Bear Hunt is a wonderful children’s story written by Michael Rosen and illustrated by Helen Oxenbury. If you do not yet have a copy we strongly recommend that you order one!

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  1. Sarah Evans

    Thank you

  2. Priscilla

    Thanks!

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