We're Going on a Bear Hunt Jigsaw Book Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-08-26 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" I remember reading this to my kids. Loved it. I need to find it at the library and relive good times! " said.

"I have always adored this book, particularly as a child. This story provides an opportunity for children to get fully involved with the events in the book. Uses lots of repetition and can almost be read through a song.

The illustrations are simplistic and colourful and tell the story. This book can also develop children's problem-solving skills: we can't go over it, we can't go under it. What shall we do?

Lots of descriptive words used as well as onomatopoeia.

This story also works really well for children with SEN, particularly with the use of sensory props.
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"I know this book off by heart due to the amount of times I’ve read it to the children at the pre-school I work at...I wanted to rate it" said.

"I don't know what I'd think of this now, if I were reading it for the first time. But my kids and I sure did love it when they were young and younger. So fun to read aloud, with all the drama. I certainly never got tired of it over several dozens of reads.
Just read Bear's Day Out which, as I said there, is not nearly so wonderful... but it did help me remember details of this, and more of why I love it. This is the brilliant book that belongs in every child's personal collection. Oh that breathless run back home and the poignant denouement. Read this out loud even if you don't have a child. Note how fun it is to read the trip out casually, adventurously... and then the trip back fast, faster, until "under the covers" &etc.
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"This is a perfect mix of rhyme and repetition, with a good measure of suspense thrown in.
Even better is the ease with which this can be read and performed; you can walk around and have fun with it, and this is exactly what we need in my household. I used this book as part of my storytime assessment at TAFE. Throw on a hat and a pair of binoculars and we were off! It's a great book to engage with youngsters and hopefully start off with a life long learning of books. Reading is meant to be fun and this is a perfect example! Go for it if you've got some youngsters nearby.
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"In this repetitive story, the reader is taken along on a family’s hunt for a bear. Walking through the grass, traversing a river, and pushing through a snowstorm are only a few of the obstacles they must overcome (each with their own sounds) in order to make it to the bear’s cave. Once they reach the cave and come eye to eye with this bear.... they quickly change their minds and rush back through all the obstacles to the safety of being under the covers. Quite the tale and Neo enjoyed all the odd sounds as the family made their way through the book. He did find it funny that they were determined to find a bear but ran off when they completed their task." said.

" We're all going on a bear hunt,Why are we hunting a bear?For fur?To eat?To play marbles with?We never find out. It keeps me awake at night. There was no gun. They bought the whole family. Maybe the bear is their uncle? " said.

" I remember reading this to my kids. Loved it. I need to find it at the library and relive good times! " said.

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