It’s little polar bear’s first birthday and his mum has sent him out to catch fish for their dinner. Join him on his adventure across the icy Arctic, meeting his friends and discovering how they are adapted to life in the freezing lands. During this interactive storytelling workshop pupils will get the opportunity to handle specimens including reindeer antlers, a walrus skull and seal fur. They will be enthused and have a motivation for learning while using actions and noise to enhance enjoyment and develop knowledge and understanding.
Planet Earth - Biodiversity and interdependence: I can talk about science stories to develop my understanding of science and the world around me.
People, place and environment: By exploring a natural environment different from my own, I can discover how the physical features influence the variety of living things.
Listening and Talking - Enjoyment and choice: I enjoy exploring events and characters in stories and other texts, sharing my thoughts in different ways.
Tools for listening and talking: As I listen and talk in different situations, I am learning to take turns and am developing my awareness of when to talk and when to listen.
LIT 0-02a/ENG 0-03a
Understanding, learning and evaluating: To help me understand stories and other texts, I ask questions and link what I am learning with what I already know.
LIT 0-07a/LIT 0-16a/ENG 0-17a