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The Bear and the Piano

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This story is a great sample of all thoughts and feelings I have inside my heart. It gave me trust again to believe in my own thoughts and feelings I have no one to share with. ARABESQUE No 1 – The French composer Debussy never had much money during the first world war, when coal was so expensive. Debussy paid for it by writing compositions for the coal man. The bear sees something ‘that made his fur stand on end’. What does this mean? Have you ever felt a similar feeling? The bear pursues his musical and artistic interests and talent but also maintains a love for and connection to his home and original community. The bear community is proud of its talented member, even though they're sad he's had to leave them to nurture his talent.

The bear plays his piano on Broadway. Where is this? Can you find out more about it and write a travel guide? Offline Resource – This is for anyone who does not have online access or if they wish to learn away from the computer screen (this includes both lesson 1 and lesson 2)Write a letter from the bear to his family at the point when he is recording albums and winning awards for his music.

When the bear plays, he dreams of strange and wonderful lands. Listen to a piece of piano music and draw / write / describe what it makes you dream of.

Author Luke Palmer introduces his new book, Play (Firefly Press) about four boys growing up together, the challenges, the friendships, and what hap... The Sunday Times -'The influence of the great illustrators Jon Klasen and Shaun Tan are detectable in David Litchfield's opulent The Bear and the Piano.'

A beautiful story about enduring friendship, accompanied by big, dramatic illustrations.' Saffia Farr Juno The Daily Mail -'A sumptuous treat... [Litchfield] weaves magic with light and space...The ending will have your heart soaring like a soprano's top C.' This is is the first two lessons for this learning sequence. You will find different materials to support you with both of these lessons below. The winners of The Farshore Reading for Pleasure Teacher Awards 2023, highlighting the work schools are doing to encourage a love of reading, have...PRELUDE IN C – This was written by J.S Bach, a German composer, in the 1700s. Bach had 20 Children. Imagine Christmas day at his house! A 3 to 4 week unit using David Litchfield's beautiful picture book 'The Bear and the Piano'. We taught in Year 2 but I am sure it can be adapted for other year groups. It wouldn't let me upload any more files so just to say in the last week we then went on to write our own versions of the story, which the kids loved; we had a skateboarding bunny and a cello playing owl.

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