Watch the author Michael Rosen perform the book.
Your child might already know this book, or they might be discovering it for the first time. It’s the story of a family who go on a ‘bear hunt’, but first they have to go through various obstacles.
Encourage your child to join in the chant of the rhyming part of the book, then act out going through the long grass or thick mud.
If your child enjoys this, make up your own ‘bear hunt’ around the house and look for a hidden teddy bear.
Combining reading, playing and imagination will help your child be excited about books. This will help them when they start to learn how to read.
Good to know
Your child will develop creative thinking and language skills as they act out this story.
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