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Mini Challenge – Bertie’s Big Adventure
Do some research on the Welsh artist Rhiannon Roberts. She uses bright colours, and her colourful designs capture the landscape and vibrancy of Cardiff life. Using some of your favourite designs she has done, experiment and design your own pictures based on a famous landmark. Your designs can then be printed on cards for you to sell.
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Selling an old toy
If your child has grown out of their current toy, encourage them to think of ways they can sell it to make money for a new one, or give to someone who doesn’t have any toys. Research the ways they could sell their toy. You could even host your own toy sale in person with family and friends.
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Poem template
Ask the children to read the poem 'Almost nothing scares me!' Ask the children to rewrite the poem, changing the words that are underlined to make it their own.
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Being brave
Use the template to encourage the children to think about a time they were brave, how it made them feel, and draw a picture of them being brave.
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My courage jar
Create and decorate your own jar of courage. Write on small bits of paper whenever the children do something courageous or brave. At the end of the month empty out the jar to see all the amazing things the children have achieved.
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Mini Challenge – Hornet Scramble
Organise your very own 'I'm a celebrity' style class event. Encourage the children to be brave, try new things and not be afraid of the unknown. Encourage the children to create their own event, think about planning and advertising of this event.
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Berties bravery
Introduce the children to the words 'brave' and 'courageous'. Use the activities to encourage the children to be brave and confident. Encourage them to create poems and reflect on the times they have been brave and courageous.
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Courage presentation
Use the presentation to learn about what it means to be brave and courageous. Think back at how Bertie felt in the book, what was his biggest fear? And how did he overcome it? Use the answers to these questions to encourage the children to think about what they are scared of and how they can be brave and overcome these fears.
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