By Karma Wilson
Whilst springtime comes, in his hot wintry weather den a undergo wakes up very hungry and skinny!
Bear comes out of hibernation and he is VERY hungry.
He eats every little thing in sight--but he nonetheless wishes extra!
Bear's acquaintances eventually aid him fulfill his large starvation through throwing him a shock birthday party.
Bear's adventures (like being too fats to slot in the course of the doorway) will entertain and pleasure younger readers.
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Your name Helper’s name 23 Make a poster to remind all the children about the playground rule: We play safely in the playground without.......... Your name Helper’s name Your name Africa Europe Australia Helper’s name Try to remember to say 'Sorry' when you hurt or upset someone. All over the world people say, 'Sorry'. Colour in the map. America – blue: Britain – green: Africa – yellow: Australia – purple: Europe – red America Britain 24 25 I should not play in the toilets because: Draw It is not safe.
Your name Helper’s name 40 Keep out of trouble Finish the acrostic to remind you how to behave in the playground. It has been started for you. Put your litter......... L ook......... A lways........ You must........ G o........ R unning........ Only say........ Understand the rules. Never........ Do not........ Your name Helper’s name 41 Understanding rules People who keep to the rules are safe. They also have a good time. Take time to think about the rules for your playground. Make a picture list of the games you can play.
Draw two of them Some places are safe to climb. Draw two of them Your name Helper’s name 34 If you play on the grass ... Draw You might get muddy. Draw You might get wet shoes. Your name Helper’s name 35 Moving safely Colour the traffic lights red, amber and green. Now write when you should: Stop and stand still Walk sensibly Run around Your name Helper’s name 36 It is dangerous to run in and out at play time. Draw You might fall over. Draw You might knock someone over. Your name Helper’s name 37 Sharing information Write a postcard to another school telling them about the good things children do in your playground.