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Bear Biscuits


Explain that bears are big hibernators that go into dens to sleep and have cubs. Then make bear biscuits with children. Give each child two refrigerator biscuits. They will use one for the bear's face; the other biscuit will be used to form a round nose and round ears for the face. Place raisins on the face for eyes and a cherry on top of the nose. Bake according to package directions and enjoy the biscuits while they are warm.


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