Letters to Anthony: Teddy Bears

The story of stuffed animals. Anthony is in first grade (6-7 years old) and has mild autism. This story invites him to all kinds of discoveries by making connections with the world around him.

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Anthony is in first grade (6-7 years old) and has mild autism. Here are stories that invite him to all kinds of discoveries by making connections with the world around him. Find all the articles in this column here! 


 

Hello Anthony!

Children like to have dolls or stuffed animals in their possession. It's been around for many years!
There are teddy bears, stuffed elephants, stuffed lions, stuffed babies… and many more stuffed toys. You will find lots of pictures on this this web page. If you had to choose one, which one would you choose?
For me, it would be this sweet little sheep.
"A teddy bear, also called teddy by children, or doggie at Quebec, is a toy shaped likebear cub. This is a traditional form of plush, stuffed with Strawbeans, or more recently from cotton or plastic. "
You can read another great story here teddy bear, which in the United States is often called the Teddy bear.

 

See you soon Anthony!

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Guy Bergeron
Guy is one of the pioneers of École branchée. He was notably one of the creators of the SCOOP educational guides! in 2004. Now retired, he worked as an educational advisor in ICT integration at the Commission scolaire des Découvreurs.

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