Teddy bear writing task
Dear Maple Class,
We hope you have all been enjoying the sunshine and were able to do some nice Easter activities at home. Both of us have been enjoying time outside and even put our tents up in the garden.
During our daily walks we have noticed so many amazing windows filled with rainbows. One member of Maple Class even has a full-sized Florence Nightingale in their window. What a perfect person to remind everyone about the importance of good handwashing. We have heard about children putting a teddy bear in their window for others to find, becoming a worldwide version of the children’s book We’re Going on a Bear Hunt.
This week we would love it if you could put a teddy bear in one of your windows for others to spot on their daily walk. For your writing task we would like you to write what your teddy bear sees from their hiding place. This could be real or you could use your imagination about what your bear sees.
Remember as always to think about:
- Using finger spaces between each word
- Using a capital letter to start each sentence and a full stop at the end
- Use a range of descriptive language
- Use joining words such as and, but, so
We have loved seeing pictures of your writing so far and are excited to read what your teddy bears will see. Remember if you want to contact us you can do so by using our maple class email (firstname.lastname@example.org) . We have loved hearing from you.
We are missing you all and are looking forward to being back together again.
Mrs Morgan and Mrs Westie