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Black Cat, Black Cat, What Do You See?A Halloween version of Eric Carle’s “Brown Bear, Brown Bear”. Preschool Slide Presentation by L. LaRosa
Black cat, black cat, what do you see?I see a green witch looking at me.
Green witch, green witch, what do you see?I see a full moon looking at me.
Full moon, full moon, what do you see?I see a little bat looking at me.
Little bat, little bat what do you see?I see a spooky ghost looking at me.
Spooky ghost, spooky ghost what do you see?I see a jack-o-lantern looking at me.
Jack-o-lantern, jack-o-lantern, what do you see?I see candy corn looking at me.
Candy corn, candy corn, what do you see?I see trick-or-treaters looking at me.
Trick-or-treaters, trick-or-treaters, what do you see?We see....
A black cat A green witch A full moon A little bat A spooky ghost A jack-o-lantern And candy corn looking at us!
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