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By Collis, Carolyn
Oscar the Bear is asked to go up his rope ladder to get objects stuck in a plum tree written in Te Reo.
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Oscar the Bear visits Department of Paleontology at GNS Science. Here he looks at fossil bones from New Zealand written in Te Reo.
The bears count to 9 in a garden
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The Bears make paper flowers to teach size, colour, shape
The bears visit Tonga and count objects in groups of objects 1 to 9.
What is happening in NZ during winter? R/W 70
By Collis, Carolyn; Translated by Esera, Fa'atili Iosua
This story would support art or science topics on the takahe written in Samoan.
By Collis, Carolyn; Translated by Matele, Fekita
The bears visit Tonga and see what food is growing and being eaten in Tongan.
The bears visit Tonga and sort objects by colour in Tongan.
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