In Literacy we have been reading the story ‘We’re going on a bear hunt’. Ladybirds went on their very own bear hunt. We retold the story using actions and props. We went through the swishy swashy grass, the deep cold river, the thick oozy mud, the big dark forest, the swirling whirling snowstorm and finally into the narrow gloomy cave…… Can you guess what we found? It had two big furry ears and two big goggly eyes….It was a BIG FLUFFY BEAR! Comment below and tell us what your favourite part of the bear hunt was.
Today, we went on our very own Bear Hunt! We went through the swishy-swashy grass, the splish-splosh river, the squelch-squelch mud, stumbled and tripped through the forest then made it through a swirling whirling snow storm only to find a big bear in his cave! We quickly ran back to our classroom and shut the door!
Here are some photos of the children looking and and describing the leaves, sticks, twigs, conkers and pine cones that we found on our Autumn walk. Some of the children have brought in things they found outside of school, well done! If you find anything you would like to show the class we would love to see it!
Something visited our classroom one night! We looked at the clues around our class, like the paw prints, water and mud and thought about what it could be? We had lots of ideas, like a tiger, a monster and a werewolf! Eventually we realised it was a bear! We are now exploring the story ‘We’re Going On A Bear Hunt’ and (using our magnifying glasses to look for clues!) continuing to look for the bear that came to visit!