North Pole


‘North Pole’ is the perfect activity to discover Polar Bears, their environment, and how chilly it can be for us when we visit.  This a wonderful opportunity to talk about appropriate clothing for cold weather and perfect for the winter season especially when we get those arctic blasts.  A great adventure to discuss emotions and how the cold or being so far away from home makes you and your little ones feel.

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North Pole

In this adventure together, you will:

  • Arrive at the ‘North Pole’ in your very own Littlemagictrain.
  • Get your binoculars out and search for Polar Bears.
  • Hop across the icebergs to get a better view.
  • Have a snowball fight with a friendly Polar Bear.
  • Help your new Polar Bear friend catch some fish as he is feeling rather hungry.
  • Your fish run away – with the help of a friend!
  • Work together and get all the fish back.
  • Share a fishy picnic together.
  • Jump across the ice with the Polar Bear as it is time for his nap.
  • Time to go home as you hop on board the Littlemagictrain to return.

There are so many opportunities for learning in the adventures. All the planning and hard work have been done for you.  The sessions cover all areas of the EYFS and curriculum for Wales.  These sessions are a wonderful activity for children with additional learning needs.

Your download includes

North Pole

Guide on how to introduce the adventure to your little ones.

The adventure with A4-sized illustrations.

Movement guide for the interactive part of the adventure.

How to build and develop the adventure.

How this adventure links to the early-years curriculum.

Music for the interactive sections of the adventure.

Sensory and invitation activities for the adventure.

Speech and language activities.

Vocabulary for the adventure.

Story chain train.

Certificate for the children on completion of adventure at the North Pole.

Fun activities for the children to do at home.

Have fun x




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