Make your own teddy bears’ market stall! – Part 1
Ben and Alex, the UK-German Bears, are always hungry. That’s why they have decided to set up their own market stall, full of fresh food!
You can make your very own model of the teddy bears’ market stall. Then, why not practice selling the things on the stall in German?
Alex has written down some simple instructions in German for you underneath each picture. Don’t worry if you don’t understand everything – there are useful words and phrases at the bottom of the page to help you.
You will need:
- A cardboard box
- Colouring pencils / pens
- Coloured card / paper (optional)
- The printed templates for the bears and the food items (see below)
Before you start, make sure you get an adult to help you!
Templates to download:
Take your box and cut off both of the short top flaps and one long one. You’ll need them later.
Cut down two of the corners of your box and folddown one of the long sides.
Cut down the middle of both of the short sides, almost to the bottom.
Fold together the two sides so they meet in the middle and tape them together.
Take the short top flaps you have cut off. Fold the pieces to make ‘v’ shapes.
Put the two ‘v’ shapes at the back of the cardboard box.
Why not add a whole new element to your pupils’ learning experience by doing this activity as a project with a partner school?
We have come up with a special ideas sheet with project suggestions to help you.
Don’t have a partner school? Find out how we can help you set up a partnership
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