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Stories With Caves In?


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We have a cave in our role play area with a giant spider's web in (the children were catching spiders all last week).

 

I would like to extend their play and have been using We're going on a bear hunt. Can anyone else think of any stories with caves in them please?

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Can't You Sleep Litttle Bear? There's several stories in this series about Big Bear and Little Bear.can't remember author

And we've got the newish story by Michael Rosen which I think is a sort of follow on from Bear Hunt it's got the same sort of rhythm althugh personally i was a bit disapointed by, they (last year's children)loved it

Posy

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Can't You Sleep Litttle Bear? There's several stories in this series about Big Bear and Little Bear.can't remember author

And we've got the newish story by Michael Rosen which I think is a sort of follow on from Bear Hunt it's got the same sort of rhythm althugh personally i was a bit disapointed by, they (last year's children)loved it

Posy

Martin Waddell wrote that series - lovely illustrations :o

There's a website that has some fabulous clips of bats and other cave dwellers, too - trying to find it for you - not really suitable for the children to navigate, but good as a whole group thingy.

Ah - there it is http://www.cavebiota.com/

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Theres a story about Jesus' familys flight to Egypt at the time when Herod ordered the killing of all the boys under a year. Apparently the family sheltered in a cave one night and the spiders wove curtain to keep them warm across the cave mouth. When the soldiers came by the didn#t bother to seach the cave because it was clear no one had gone in because it was covered by spiders webs.

 

Al

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The bear in a cave.. Michael Rosen is a follow up to bear hunt..

 

suggest you get one with a CD as at first reading it really is rather odd.. but if you read it as the expression marks say you should it really does make sense and our children love it.

 

Inge

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The octopus in Rainbow Fish does live in a cave.

 

The Brave Little Bear Story (sorry can't remember the author) uses the cave it also has great PSED links for making friends and helping each other.

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