we're going to catch a big one, what a beautiful day...
Freddie is a big fan of the story 'We're going on a bear hunt' by Micheal Rosen & Helen Oxenbury. Its such a popular story among children & adults alike and I would highly recommend it. We woke up and decided to go on an adventure. Dean found us a new park to explore & we headed off to Coram Fields, which is about a 4 minute walk from Russel Square tube station (London).
The park is amazing and we have decided we are going to try out a new park every week in London and shortlist our favorites for using in the summer lol. I might do a separate post on the park itself, it was such a good find and a lovely way to spend a rain free winters afternoon.
Below are snippets from the story and our own take on the bear hunt classic
"Grass, long wavy grass! We can't go over it. We can't go under it! OH NO! We've got to go threw it! Swissy Swashy, Swishy Swashy"
"Mud, Thick oozy mud, We can't go over it. We can't go under it. OH NO! We've got to go threw it! Squelch Squerch, Squelch Squerch"
"A river, a deep cold river, We can't go over it. We can't go under it. OH NO! We've got to go threw it! Splish Splosh, Splish Splosh"
A forest, A big dark forest. We can't go over it. We can't go under it. OH NO! We've got to go threw it. Stumble trip, Stumble trip"
"A cave, a narrow gloomy, we can't go over it, we can't go under it. OH NO! We've got to go threw it. Tiptoe Tiptoe"
One shiny wet nose, Two big furry ears, Two big goggly eyes.
ITS A BEAR!!
Freddie really enjoyed doing the bear hunt, especially squelching threw all of the mud, and when he got to the bear he said
"The bears fast asleep, wake up bear"
A really cute spontaneous activity that ca be adapted in so many ways. If any of you other lovelies have done something similar please link it below in the comments section id love to see it x