You can do any of these tasks, in any order (but we've suggested a timetable).
Take as long as your little ones want for each task, let them use their imaginations!
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Polar Animals Day
I'm Jude and I'm an author and storyteller. Lamby and Flossie are my storytelling mascots with Little Lamb Tales. Today we are welcoming our friends Bex and Boo as it's Polar Animal Day. We'll be finding out about where they live and some interesting facts about polar bears and penguins. It's going to be great fun.
North and South
We are going to learn about the two polar regions - the North Pole and the South Pole. They are both very cold, snowy and icy places. Maybe you have a globe or atlas you could look at.
Discuss the North and South Pole with your children. If you have a globe or atlas look for the places and discuss who or what might live there. Use language such as cold, snowy, icy, polar, North Pole, South Pole, Arctic, Antarctic, polar bear, penguin, walrus, whale, seal, globe, atlas.
Develops - Communication & Language, PSHE and Understanding the World skills.
Let's find out some interesting facts about penguins.
Encourage your child to listen to the facts about penguins. See if you can find out any other interesting facts. You can share them at or post them on social media. Use language such as penguin, facts, Emperor penguin, South Pole, Antarctica, cold, snow
Develops - Communication& Language, PSED and Understanding the World skills.
Now let's find out some interesting facts about Polar bears.
Encourage your child to listen to the facts about polar bears. See if you can find out any other interesting facts. You can share them at or post them on social media. Use language such as polar bear, North Polar, Arctic, facts etc.
Develops - Language & Communication, PSED and Understanding the World skills.
The Same but Different
Let's look at Bex and Boo and see what is the same about them and what is different. Can you think of your own ideas?
Discuss similarities and differences with your child. Help them to see that two different species can have things in common. Use language such as - similar, same, different, features, feature names.
Develops - Communication & Language, Physical, PSHE and Understanding the World skills.
Penguins under the Pier
Snuggle up and enjoy this story written by Jude Lennon.