Welcome to our dedicated page for teachers.
On this page you will find downloadable ideas, story time suggestions, a letter to parents and resources to make your Bring your Bear day simple to organise and a day that the children will never forget.
Arts and crafts
- Paddington mask
- Colour in Paddington and his suitcase
- Colour in Paddington and his sandwich
- Paddington bookmark - make your very own Paddington Bear bookmark
- Wordsearch - find some Paddington Bear related words
- Spot the difference - Paddington is enjoying afternoon tea, can you spot the differences?
- Paddington maze - help Paddington get from the Jungle of Peru to London
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Ask your children to:
- describe, draw or write the story of how their bear came to school and share with their classmates
- count how many bears are in the class
- place the bears in order of size
- describe the room at home where their bear lives and where bears live normally
- add and subtract bears from a group
- design an invitation to the teddy bears’ picnic
- make a passport for their bear
- take part in a problem solving game: what does Paddington need for a trip to Peru? And what would he need for a trip to Scotland? Or Spain?
- Where does Paddington come from? Where is Peru?
- Why is it important to help others?
- Read ‘A Bear Called Paddington’ to the children
- Hold a teddy bears’ picnic
- Invite parents to come along with their bears