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Barnaby Bear’s Visit to the North Pole

01 December 2016

This week the children in Year 1 have been very busy! They have been learning all about Barnaby Bear’s visit to the North Pole.

  • Barnaby Bear’s Visit to the North Pole
  • Barnaby Bear’s Visit to the North Pole
  • Barnaby Bear’s Visit to the North Pole
  • Barnaby Bear’s Visit to the North Pole
  • Barnaby Bear’s Visit to the North Pole

The children have thought carefully about the different adjectives which they would use to describe their surroundings and experiences when in the role play area. They have then been using them when writing postcards and letters from the North Pole.

When visiting the North Pole, Barnaby Bear was lucky enough to meet Santa! Santa needed everyone’s help to solve this problem… All of the toys in the workshop had been muddled up! And he didn’t know which were old toys and which were new toys! The children quickly offered to help and have been sorting the different toys. They have also enjoyed playing with all the old toys and sharing their own toys, brought from home, when playing with their friends.

Sarah Rawson, Year 1 Leader