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Bears

sun bearBears are large, powerful mammals. Most bears are omnivores (they eat both plants and meat); polar bears are the only exception - they are carnivores (they eat only only meat).

There are eight species of bears alive today, including American black bears (Ursus americanus), Asiatic black bears (Ursus thibetanus), brown bears (Ursus arctos = the grizzly bear), giant pandas, polar bears, sloth bears (Melursus ursinus), spectacled bears (Tremarctos ornatus), and sun bears (Helarctos malayanus). The smallest bear is the Sun bear (it is also called the honey bear and the Malay bear).

Hibernation: During cold winter months, some bears go into a dormant state in which their heart rate is extremely low, their body temperature is relatively high, they neither eat nor release bodily waste, and they can be roused (unlike "true" hibernators such as chipmunks). In older scientific literature, hibernation used to refer only to low-body-temperature winter dormancy, but now that much more is known about this dormancy phase, some bears (like the black bear) are considered to be highly efficient hibernators (some biologists refer to these animals as "super hibernators").

Classification: Class Mammalia (mammals), order Carnivora, family Ursidae (bears).

Some Bear Printouts:


Bears

Bears are flat-footed, omnivorous mammals.


Black Bear (also called the American black bear)

The black bear is a large bear that can have brown or black fur.

Brown Bear

The Brown Bear is a large bear with a muscular hump on its shoulders.

Brown Bear
(Simple Version)

The Brown Bear is a large bear with a muscular hump on its shoulders.

Grizzly Bear

The Grizzly Bear is a large bear with a muscular hump on its shoulders.


Panda (also called the Giant Panda)

Pandas are black and white bears from China.


Panda (Labeled)

Pandas are black and white bears from China.


Panda (Unlabeled)

Pandas are black and white bears from China.


Panda

A short, printable book about the giant panda. The book has pages for the student to cut out, read, and color. The pages are: Intro, Anatomy, Habitat, Diet, Teeth, Fur and Paws, Eyes, Reproduction, and Classification.


Panda Quiz: Grades 2-3

Test your knowledge of the giant panda. Go to the answers.


Polar Bear

Polar Bears are meat-eaters who live in the Arctic.


Polar Bear Quiz

Answer 10 multiple choice questions about these Arctic meat-eaters. Or go to the answers.


Polar Bears
A Printable Activity Book

A short, printable activity book on polar bears for fluent readers.
Grizzly Nametags

Grizzly Bear Nametag Printable (Black-and-White)

Eight grizzly bear nametags in black-and-white on one printable page.
Grizzly Bear Nametags

Grizzly Bear Nametag Printable (Color)

Eight grizzly bear nametags in color on one printable page.

General Bear Quizzes to Print:


Bear Quiz Printout

Test your general knowledge of bears (read the page on bears first). Go to the answers.


A Quiz on Bears: Grades K-1

A word scavenger hunt for students in Grades K-1, using the Little Explorers Picture Dictionary. Go to the answers.


A Quiz on Bears: Grades 2-3

A word scavenger hunt for students in Grades 2-3, using the Little Explorers Picture Dictionary. Go to the answers.

Go to a bear theme page for grades K-3

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In addition to printing the animals, you can copy a printout (click here for instructions) and paste it into a painting program (like Paint) and color the animal there. (Thanks to Grace P. from Thorngrove School for this great idea.)


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