Inspired by nature | KS2 | Year 4 | Grammar

Demarcating Sentences: black bear

Learning Objective

We are learning how to demarcate sentences with capital letters, full stops, question marks and exclamation marks..

Context: black bear

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p07vpn23/player

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Credit: BBC One - Seven Worlds, One Planet

Clip Description

Black bears are the most common bear species in North America. They are tree-climbing specialists, and they are usually found living in forests. However, they can also be found in mountainous areas and swamps. Black bears grab any opportunities that head their way when it comes to food. Whilst they mainly eat insects, berries, grasses and roots, they will also eat fish, mammals and even human food and rubbish that has been thrown away. They’ve even been known to unscrew jam jar lids and open the latches of doors in their quest for food!

In this fascinating clip, we will see a mother black bear taking her cubs on a trip to the seaside as they look for something yummy to eat. Will their picnic be a success, or will they go home hungry? Watch the clip to find out.

Word Challenge

Can you complete this simile to describe the mother black bear?

Like a _______________, the mother led her cubs through the rocky landscape.