‘Please look after this bear.’ That was all the tag around his soft, furry neck said.
The station guard had so far been extremely kind to the unexpected visitor on his platform, left behind after more ‘normal’ travellers had bustled their way past. “Always in such a rush!” the man had tut-tutted to himself, before he noticed a bear standing there looking rather forlorn on the deserted walkway.
The bear could not, however, stay at the station. Despite already travelling such a colossal distance from deepest, darkest Peru, this particular bear’s journey was really just beginning.
He knew what might help, and so lifted a paw to reach for what lay underneath his bright, red hat…
For your Half-term Homework Year 3, I’d like you to continue this story….but imagine what might have happened if the Brown family hadn’t found him! Continue the story with your version. Remember to use all the SpaG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar) we’ve been looking at. Use Powerful punctuation, Vivid verbs, expanded noun phrases and subordinate conjunctions (such as because, however, although, when…)