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Children and staff at the Kiddi Caru Day Nursery in Harlow are celebrating all things bear hunt to mark the 25th Anniversary of the publication of one of the best-loved children’s books, “We’re Going On A Bear Hunt.”
On July 15th the nursery is holding a Bear Hunt in its garden area along with a Teddy Bear’s picnic, to which the children will be bringing their favourite teddy from home. The children will be acting out the story too and also making bear masks to be put on display around the nursery.
As if that wasn’t exciting enough, the nursery is taking part in the Guinness World Record reading on July 15th, via a live link, which is an attempt to break the record for the world’s largest ever reading lesson – with of course “We’re Going On A Bear Hunt” being the book in question.
Each child will be donating £1 to help raise funds for the RNIB as part of the Bear Hunt activity week.
Jennie Gregory, Nursery Manager, said: “This book is one of the seminal books for children. It is absolutely adored not only by children of all ages but parents and carers too. We have had such a fun week and all the children and staff have really enjoyed celebrating this 25th anniversary
“The RNIB has been working with the publishers of the book to help raise awareness of the challenges faced by visually impaired children and we have been pleased to be able to help contribute towards raising funds for this charity.”