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Buy this book Baby Bear wants to go to the moon and so searches around the house until he finds a rocket a cardboard boxa space-helmet a colander and space-boots his wellies.
All set, he blasts off out of the chimney and into the night.
Joined by an owl, Baby Bear soars high into the night sky until finally they reach the moon. Of course, when he returns to earth for his bath, his mother doesn't believe where he has been. Jill Murphy Teaching Ideas and Resources: English The story starts with a question.
Can you think of other questions? How do we show that a sentence is a question? What words are usually used to start questions? Could you act out the story with some friends? Which characters will you need to have? Will you use any props? Make a list of equipment that you might need if you were going to travel to the moon.
There is an open envelope above the Bears' fireplace. Could you write the letter that might have been inside it? Baby Bear goes 'Whoosh!
Can you think of other words to describe how something can travel quickly or slowly? Write a diary entry from the point of view of Baby Bear. What happened to him? How did he feel about it? Write a letter from Baby Bear to Owl a few days after their trip.
Look at the use of punctuation in the story. How many question marks, exclamation marks, commas, speech marks and full stops can you find? Can you explain why the author has used each one?
Why are some of the words written in italics? Watch this video which shows preparations for a play version of 'Whatever Next'. Could you put on your own performance of the story?
Maths Make a shopping list that includes items you might need for a picnic on the moon. How much would these things cost?
How much would they cost altogether? Look at the clocks in the illustrations. What times do they show? How many stars can you count in each picture? Baby Bear and Owl fly past millions of stars.
How many is a million? Can you write a million in digits? Science Look in some Science books and find out about the moon. Could you write a report about it?
Look at the stars in all of the pictures. Can you research different stars and constellations? Look at the items of food in Baby Bear's picnic. Can you think of some healthier things to eat? Investigate materials that Baby Bear could use to protect himself from the rain.
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