Color Paul Bunyan with some bold colors to match his bold personality.
Paul Bunyan & Babe The Blue Ox - artist unknown
bradwwoodard: “ Day I have really started to enjoy working in this style creating basic, solid geometric shapes to create the main forms, and then using dry brushes or charcoal pencils to do all.
Picture Book Geography: Paul Bunyan's America is a lesson plan for primary-grade teachers. It can be adapted for use in either in a homeschool or a classroom
Paul Bunyan was a giant lumberjack who was generally depicted as working in the Midwest forest. Tall tales of Bunyan depicted his giant size and superhuman strength. Many tales features Bunyan with his blue ox, Babe.
Many Minnesotans have fond memories of visiting Paul Bunyan Land as children. Nowadays, this famous attraction has even more for all ages!
Paul Bunyan craft: Create a Lumberjack Beard using craft foam and printable template
Each of these illustrated mini-storybooks contains simple, age-appropriate text and lots of predictable language to provide a powerful step up to young readers at every level—from emergent to fluent.
American Legends Volume Paul Bunyan compare contrast to story
Our reading story this week is The Big Blue Ox. I had never heard of this story until I started teaching with Scott Foresman Reading Street,.